Greetings all, I am back with yet another request for assistance.
I am in the process of trying to Squid brought into modern times here in
our enterprise. We have an old version of Squid running and I'm
upgrading the OS to CentOS 4.4. The Squid RPM that comes with CentOS
doesn't have WCCP, much less the WCCP v2 that I need, compiled in so I'm
asking here, does anyone know what is involved in getting Squid
recomplied on CentOS 4.4 to use WCCP v2?
To be honest, I'm not adverse to using a newer version of Squid if
someone can give me decent destructions or somesuch.
Please feel free to respond to me privately at
paul<dot>fiero<at>ci<dot>austin<dot>tx<dot>us or here on the list.
Thanks for any help you can offer.
Paul Fiero, RHCE
Information Security Analyst
Communications and Technology Management Office
City of Austin
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On Mon, May 21, 2007, Fiero, Paul wrote:
> Greetings all, I am back with yet another request for assistance.
> I am in the process of trying to Squid brought into modern times here in
> our enterprise. We have an old version of Squid running and I'm
> upgrading the OS to CentOS 4.4. The Squid RPM that comes with CentOS
> doesn't have WCCP, much less the WCCP v2 that I need, compiled in so I'm
> asking here, does anyone know what is involved in getting Squid
> recomplied on CentOS 4.4 to use WCCP v2?
Its pretty simple to get Squid up under CentOS from source.
I'd suggest upgrading to Squid-2.6 - it has basic WCCPv2 support.
# tar zxvf squid-src.tar.gz
# cd squid
# ulimit -n 32768
# ./configure --prefix="/usr/local/squid" --enable-storeio="ufs aufs null coss" --with-large-files --enable-large-cache-files --enable-snmp --enable-linux-netfilter ...
# make install
Squid's now in /usr/local/squid; dump an etc file into /usr/local/squid/etc/squid.conf;
read the Squid-2.6 release notes for how to implement transparent proxying (its changed
from squid-2.5 to squid-2.6) and read the WCCPv2 examples.