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Is there a worker option in the source build?

kitamura
hi all,

I have installed squid 4.13.
When I set workers, squid doesn't work.
Do you need any options at compile time?

kitamura

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Re: Is there a worker option in the source build?

Antony Stone
On Wednesday 14 October 2020 at 11:19:54, m k wrote:

> hi all,
>
> I have installed squid 4.13.

How?  Package?  Compiled from source?

What O/S have you installed it on?

> When I set workers,

Give us a clue how you're doing that?

> squid doesn't work.

In what way?  Doesn't start?  Gives an error in the log file?  Starts but
doesn't process requests?  Let us know details.

> Do you need any options at compile time?

I do not believe so, but someone else may know better than I.


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Re: Is there a worker option in the source build?

kitamura
hi Antony,

4.13 is a compiler from source.

workers just write in squid.conf.

If it doesn't work, it starts for a moment when you start squid and then stops immediately.

Workers squid works fine with the 4.4 package.

thank you,
kitamura

2020年10月14日(水) 18:25 Antony Stone <[hidden email]>:
On Wednesday 14 October 2020 at 11:19:54, m k wrote:

> hi all,
>
> I have installed squid 4.13.

How?  Package?  Compiled from source?

What O/S have you installed it on?

> When I set workers,

Give us a clue how you're doing that?

> squid doesn't work.

In what way?  Doesn't start?  Gives an error in the log file?  Starts but
doesn't process requests?  Let us know details.

> Do you need any options at compile time?

I do not believe so, but someone else may know better than I.


Antony.

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Re: Is there a worker option in the source build?

Antony Stone
On Wednesday 14 October 2020 at 11:29:58, m k wrote:

> hi Antony,
>
> 4.13 is a compiler from source.

Show us the command you use to compile it.

> workers just write in squid.conf.

I don't think you understood what I meant by "details" - show us exactly what
you have put into the config file so that we might be able to try the same thing
on another machine, or perhaps spot a syntax error, or otherwise help to
identify the problem.

As it is, you've basically said "I've done something, and the result doesn't
work."  You haven't shown us what the "something" is, and you haven't shown us
any output of the way in which it fails, so we have no real information to go
on to help resolve the problem.

> If it doesn't work, it starts for a moment when you start squid and then
> stops immediately.

What is written into the log file?

> Workers squid works fine with the 4.4 package.

Good.


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Re: Is there a worker option in the source build?

Alex Rousskov
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On 10/14/20 5:19 AM, m k wrote:
> When I set workers, squid doesn't work.

As Antony has asked, please share your cache.log from those "does not
work" failures. We cannot guess what went wrong without those details.
Sharing a cache.log from a successful start (without workers in
squid.conf) may also be useful. Comparing the two logs may yield more
clues about the problem.


> Do you need any options at compile time?

No, basic SMP is supported for all supported Squid builds on all
supported platforms.


HTH,

Alex.
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