I have gone through the forums, and I haven't found an answer to the question, although it has been asked more than once. I am running squid 3.5.X on Centos 7, the compile options are:
I have a service which adds domains to a blacklist file, and then calls squid -k reconfigure. Instead of writing to the file, this service updates the file completely with new rules, by deleting the old file, and creating a new one in its place, and then calling squid -k reconfigure. After doing this, on odd occasions, squid will stop serving traffic completely, until you do a squid stop, and squid start. After shutting down squid, and starting squid up with the same rules, squid will continue to work normally. Its probably worth mentioning that during the time that these events are taking place, the server is under quite a bit of load, and clients don't stop sending requests via the server. What these directives look like:
This also seems to be amplified when there are several squid workers (child processes) running. In regards to order, these ACL's are above any other ACL's in the list. We have a very basic squid conf file that looks like this:
Your help is greatly appreciated, maybe there has been some insight into this issue after 10+ years since the last time it was asked.
squid-users mailing list
|Free forum by Nabble||Edit this page|