Squid, Netscape Proxy & Harvest 3.0 (was Re: Squid & Netscape Proxy)

From: Hyunchul Kim <hckim@dont-contact.us>
Date: Fri, 24 Jan 1997 21:50:21 +0900 (KST)

> Irvine> Hi All I am running Squid 1.1.4 here and have specified a
> Irvine> local ISP's Squid to be our parent.
> Irvine> Our own ISP is running Netscape Proxy however and if I specify
> Irvine> it as a parent about 10 minutes after starting Squid it says
> Irvine> it has detected a dead parent (morbid innit?)
> This is interesting. The UK National Cache currently runs Netscape
> Proxy (I'm in the process of planning a possible change to Squid). We
How's it going?
If you are still in suspicious of the performance and stability of Squids
as someone said in this list last year, how about Harvest Cached 3.0
announced last weak?

They said that Harvest Cached 3.0 could serve 3 million URLs/day
on a single processor.

> have a monitoring script that checks each machine every 5 minutes to
> see that the cache is OK. We frequently get errors stating that
> requests timed out at 600 seconds (10 minutes). It looks like there's
> some sort of problem in Netscape proxy, and we aren't the only people
Sounds interesting. Does it occur at peaktime?
Is this problem caused by heavy load on the cache or not?

> to experience it.
> Ian

Hyunchul Kim

 - hckim@cosmos.kaist.ac.kr
Received on Fri Jan 24 1997 - 05:11:11 MST

This archive was generated by hypermail pre-2.1.9 : Tue Dec 09 2003 - 16:34:10 MST