From: Jonathan Larmour <>
Date: Wed, 18 Sep 1996 18:15:35 +0100

At 11:34 18/09/96 -0500, Gary Browning wrote:
>I recently installed squid and currently
>using 1.0.13 (planning on using 1.0.15).
>Everything that goes through squid seems
>to end up as a TCP_MISS even things that
>are visited more than once by different
>hosts. The item should have been in the
>cache so I should have been seeing some
>TCP_HIT's in the access.log file. Everything
>in the log is a miss.... is there something
>that I am doing wrong?

Yes. Delaying on moving to 1.0.15 :-). This was a nasty bug in 1.0.13 that
was fixed the day after release I believe. 1.0.14 also had something quite
nasty, but this was all around Friday 13th you understand :-).

There isn't a diff source patch from 1.0.14 to 1.0.15, so I would recommend
you either retrieve the whole source for 1.0.15, or if you are
bandwidth-ally challenged, you could obtain the diff from 1.0.12 to 1.0.13
and from 1.0.12 to 1.0.15. This way you can run "patch -R" i.e. reverse
patch your source to 1.0.12, and then patch from 1.0.12 to 1.0.15.

Hope this is of use.

Jonathan L.
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Received on Wed Sep 18 1996 - 10:17:01 MDT

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