Re: Cache Access Denied

From: David <>
Date: Mon, 10 Mar 1997 11:02:19 +0000

Jon Peatfield wrote:

> > > Cache Access Denied

> > Does anyone know which version of Squid is the most bug free to use?

> In the case of a neighbor, if you arn't allowed to request misses (they have
> miss_access ACLs set), they may have the page when you ICP to them, but may
> have dropped it by the time you actually request it, so you get a denied.
> This is more likely on very busy caches.
> This doesn't explain why one would see it from your own cache (unless you
> arn't allowed to use it for misses which is silly).
> In theee case where it is generated by your own cache, what is logged (in all
> the logs) at or near the time of the request?
> -- Jon


Thanks for your sugestions. I did have my miss_access lines setup ok
though. I think.

the main error I recive is 'The requested URL could not be retrieved'.
Again, this happens almost every time a user requests a page, but a
reload works every time.

Here is a sample from my access.log file. The ERR_CONNEC_FAIL error
message was directly after a refused request.

858075912.431 56 TCP_REFRESH_MISS/200 986 GET
858075914.446 596 TCP_REFRESH_MISS/200 164 GET
858076392.496 998 ERR_CONNECT_FAIL/400 888 GET
858077042.755 7671 ERR_CONNECT_FAIL/400 888 GET
858077079.782 4627 TCP_MISS/200 12277 GET

The error is generated by my squid.

Again, many thanks in advance for any suggestions.

Received on Tue Mar 11 1997 - 03:12:29 MST

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