> On Fri, 2007-05-11 at 14:33 +0200, Henrik Nordstrom wrote:
> > The external_acl_type directive must go before any acl's trying to use
> > that helper.
> Thanks that stopped it from 'bungling'.
> Now when I try to access a website I get the following in the cache.log:
> ^T2007/05/11 14:15:48| Failed to select source for
> 'http://www.cdal.co.uk/' > 2007/05/11 14:15:48| always_direct = 0
> 2007/05/11 14:15:48| never_direct = 1
> 2007/05/11 14:15:48| timedout = 0
So what's your config now?
(I know you posted config details before, but memory is short..)
The error says that you are using never_direct and that there is no
cache_peer where the request may be forwarded..
> So what's your config now?
> (I know you posted config details before, but memory is short..)
> The error says that you are using never_direct and that there is no
> cache_peer where the request may be forwarded..
sön 2007-05-13 klockan 12:40 +0100 skrev Seb Harrington:
> acl special external ntlm_group it
> cache_peer_access special.local allow special
> When cache_peer_access students.local allow all uncommented the system
> works and all requests get passed through the students parent so I
> guess there is a problem with the ntlm_group external acl.
The problem is cache_peer_access. It can not wait for the lookup to
You can get almost there if you make http_access look up the acls, but
you still need a fallback peer occationally as the result may expire
between http_access and peer seletion.