Re: Squid problem?

From: Jonathan Larmour <>
Date: Wed, 30 Jul 1997 15:48:41 +0100

At 14:52 30/07/97 +0100, Leigh Porter wrote:
>I just tried a www site that has multiple IP addresses.
> I try the site form machine A and find it works fine, then from machine
>B, an
>IE4 thing with WinNT 4 the sire returns server busy (on a differant IP
>I click reload on this system and I get server busy again even though on
>system, putting that IP address in gives the page OK - the Squis box had
>the server busy page!

Look at the negative_ttl entry in squid.conf. Setting this to 0 will
prevent all negative caching. Setting it to 1 minute is probably more
sensible (its unlikely to suddenly start working in a matter of seconds).

>It should not do that, so I believe because I set
>httpd_accel_uses_host_header on
>in squid.conf and so it should go on the hostname instead according to
>what I have seen in the list over the past day or so.

That's purely for use with an httpd accelerator, not the proxy caching.

Jonathan L.

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Received on Wed Jul 30 1997 - 07:57:33 MDT

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