Re: Squid.conf ?

From: Duane Wessels <wessels>
Date: Mon, 16 Sep 96 16:13:31 -0700 writes:

> Ok ... I'm missing something that must be blindingly obvious to just
> about everyone on this list. Maybe I better dust off my shades ...
> I touch'd the various log files, created the cache directory and the
> Squid process doesn't seem to be doing what I'd expect. Is it *not*
> a caching proxy server (like Apache's mod_proxy module) ??
> I have the Apache proxy running, but there aren't any tools to watch
> the cache performance & fine-tune the configuration. Saw someone on
> comp.infosystems.www.servers.unix mentioning Squid, checked the page
> and found the report generating scripts and figured I'd check it out
> but I'm not doing terribly well in the squid.conf (I think).
> Now, Squid (v1.0.12) works fine if I use one of the NLANR cache_host
> systems in the squid.conf, but I can't run it standalone??

Of course it can run standalone. You should provide some evidence
(e.g. log files) of why you think it can't.

Duane W.
Received on Mon Sep 16 1996 - 16:13:32 MDT

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