On 22/11/17 23:33, Ralf Hildebrandt wrote:
> I was updating from squid-5.0.0-20171103-re3bf07f
> to squid-5.0.0-20171117-rd816577 (and I was also testing squid-5.0.0-20171117-r4d27d0a)
> today and immediately found lots of "BUG 3279: HTTP reply without
> Date:" messages in my log (cache_dir had been cleared upon start,
> meaning I'm starting with a clean slate!):
> 2017/11/22 11:16:02| BUG 3279: HTTP reply without Date:
> is this a known bug with the recent snapshot?
Yes, it still happens when a server delivers responses without a Date
header. Though IIRC it is mostly seen in the cases where an IMS/INM
conditional response is returning without a Date header (a message state
which is forbidden in HTTP).
Taking a wild guess I suspect they are probably occuring when a client
revalidating its client-side cached content from one of the broken
servers. Or slightly less likely one of the early responses in cache_mem
right after the restart has the problem.
The patch joseph referred to synthesizes a fake Date header some time
far in the past. Thus forcing the content to become 'stale' in the
cache. That can either led to further refresh conditionals which
perpetuate the problem, or to purging the object from cache - thus
causing extra long fetch times for all traffic to that server.
Current Squid should only be logging that message at a relatively high
debug level (not important anymore) and synthesizing a Date header only
when the 2xx status is delivered to the client - the object cannot be
used for revalidation due to the missing header.
On 23/11/17 01:25, joseph wrote:
> after investigating bug was exist but hidden all update ar correct
> https://bugs.squid-cache.org/show_bug.cgi?id=3279 > bug 3279 not yet fixed in v5
> hint if they adapt the v3 patch will solve the problem :)
So according to the latest info you posted to that bug report a patch
which merely alters how logging displays a text string suddenly makes
inbound traffic to your proxy contain no Date headers.
Re: Lots of "BUG 3279: HTTP reply without Date:" after update to squid-5.0.0-20171117-r4d27d0a
This post was updated on .
Amos Jeffries wrote
> On 23/11/17 01:25, joseph wrote:
>> after investigating bug was exist but hidden all update ar correct
>> https://bugs.squid-cache.org/show_bug.cgi?id=3279 >> bug 3279 not yet fixed in v5
>> hint if they adapt the v3 patch will solve the problem :)
>>>So according to the latest info you posted to that bug report a patch
>>>which merely alters how logging displays a text string suddenly makes
>>>inbound traffic to your proxy contain no Date headers.
>>>Something is seriously wrong with your system.
not only me re read this post the time i post in bug section i have my
cache.log large enough to make me wonder
and more ppl i know using latest snap... got those date bug header in
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