Re: squid-1.1.2 core dumping on Linux

From: Balint Nagy Endre <>
Date: Sat, 4 Jan 1997 13:27:16 +0100 (MET)

> writes:
> >At 05:22 AM 1/3/97 +0100, Roberto Lumbreras Pastor wrote:
> >>: I have just (up)graded to squid-1.1.2, and am using Linux 2.0.27 on a
> >>: Pentium system with 64MB RAM. I am having problems with squid core dumping
> >>: and dying. Has anybody had similar experiences? Can anyone suggest a stable
> >>: version of Squid for my system?
strange. I'm running 1.1.2 since 26th Dec, now on tree hosts without any problem.
(Linux kernels 2.0.24,2.0.25,2.0.27, now 2.0.27 on all hosts, libc-5.3.12-8, gcc-2.7.2-2)
the linux installation is a (somewhat different) mix of redhat 2, redhat 3 and redhat 4 on all systems.
Maybe USE_BSD or USE_GNU or ... is turned on on the problem machine?
The only one trick I use is "make ICMP_OPT='-DUSE_ICMP=1 -DHAVE_IP_HL=1'"
I use rpm to build Squid, and that ensures I never forget to run configure.
If someone is interested in the build technology, I'm ready to publish the details.
(rpm spec files, supplementary scripts etc).
Anyone can pick up the latest binaries trough
The binaries are in
After seeing send timeouts, I changed the timeout setting for the apache server,
it was 400 (seconds?), now it is 3600. I hope that will be enough.
If someone still has problems with downloading, timeout settings of the intervening
caches should be checked, I seen CLIENT_ABORT's too in the httpd log file.

Andrew. (Endre Balint Nagy) <>
Received on Sat Jan 04 1997 - 05:04:34 MST

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