> Hi everybody,
> I'm using debianedu (stretch) with squid 3.5.
> I would like to configure my squid through a parent proxy
> I give you my issues at the beginning of this post, and my squid config
> at the end.
> -> When I start squid on my debian stretch, and check if everything is
> ok, I've got the message "Unable to open HTTP Socket":
> # service squid status
There is your problem.
Nesting daemon managers leads to major problems tracking what PID is
responsible for what. The 'squid' process is a daemon manager, so is
With Squid-3 the closest to a solution you will be able to get is to add
the -N command line option to disable the Squid daemon manager (and SMP
Please upgrade to Squid-4 though, it has support for integrating with
systemd which does not require useful SMP features to be disabled.