I am not maintain yet Debian and Ubuntu Squid-Cache packaging but I started to do so as a testing step towards the next one.
My squid debian based packages are not including ecap support due to the overhead but I believe that diladele provides up-to-date Ubuntu and Maybe debian packages.
I understand that you prefer Debian to push fixes into their builds but I am not deep enough in the Debian world to tell you I understand it all goes there and what affects patches being pushed into the stable build.
Would you consider to use an external debian packge that follows squid stable releases?
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On 11.03.17 22:39, Eliezer Croitoru wrote:
>Just asking loud, is there any chance you will give run an upgrade from 3.4.8 to 3.5.24?
yes, but I will have to take care of that - debian people take care of the
version in debian.
I prefer fixing things in debian and push fixes back to distribution.
>as I have already noted in other thread, I seem to have memory leak in squid
>3.4.8 (debian 8 jessie) version, only memory cache used now.