Re: How to make squid log access to syslog?

From: Andre Albsmeier <>
Date: Thu, 6 Mar 1997 11:15:55 +0100 (MET)

> Hallo! Du (Andre Albsmeier) hast geschrieben:
> >is it possible to make squid log accesses to syslog and not to file
> >specified by cache_access_log? I didn't find anything in the docs
> >about that.
> Usage: squid [-hsvzCDFRUVY] [-f config-file] [-[au] port] [-k signal]
> -a port Specify ASCII port number (default: 80).
> -f file Use given config-file instead of
> /var/proxy/www/squid/etc/squid.conf
> -h Print help message.
> -i Disable IP caching.
> -k reconfigure|rotate|shutdown|interrupt|kill|debug|check
> Send signal to running copy and exit.
> -s Enable logging to syslog.
> -u port Specify ICP port number (default: 3130), disable with 0.
> -v Print version.
> -z Zap disk storage -- deletes all objects in disk cache.
> -C Do not catch fatal signals.
> -D Disable initial DNS tests.
> -F Foreground fast store rebuild.
> -R Do not set REUSEADDR on port.
> -U Unlink expired objects on reload.
> -V Virtual host httpd-accelerator.
> -Y Only return UDP_HIT or UDP_RELOADING during fast reload.
> use squid -s

I know, and the only thing I see are startups and stops (and errors, of course)
but no accesses. I want the things that normally go to the cache_access_log file.

Received on Thu Mar 06 1997 - 02:26:40 MST

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