Re: Squid 1.1.15 segment violation

From: Bill Wichers <>
Date: Sat, 27 Sep 1997 13:46:24 -0400 (EDT)

On my only BSDI cache I managed to get Squid to run OK by doing the

cache_mem 8 (1/4 or the machine's total RAM)
cache_mem_low 40
cache_mem_high 60

It took me several weeks to get the settings right for that machine -- it
would keep crashing at random, and then I'd tweak the settings and wait
for the next crash....

On the other cache I had running BSDI I fixed it 100%. I switched it to
Linux ;-) I have had much better luck running Squid on Linux than I have
running Squid on BSDI. If switching OSes is an option for you, it would
make things easier squid-wise.


On Fri, 26 Sep 1997, Green Apple Billing wrote:

> Hello,
> I am running 1.1.15 on BSDI 3.0 machine and when PID gets arounds 20M I get a
> FATAL: Recieved segment violation error in the cache.log and it tries to
> restart but just hangs. I have a feeling this is a memory limit problem, but
> I increased the limit for the squid PID to 120M!! or at least I think I did.
> All comments would be helpful.
> Mark S
> Green Apple Billing
> Green Apple, Inc.
> 653-9890
Received on Sat Sep 27 1997 - 11:43:21 MDT

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