RE: Cached information

From: Armistead, Jason <>
Date: Wed, 12 Nov 1997 19:07:00 -0500


You can analyse a "live" access.log file just fine, even with Squid
running. Or, you can copy it to a temporary location, and analyse it
that way too. There is no reason that I know of that Squid must be
restarted. Restarting Squid doesn't
delete the log file, however rotating the logs will delete the oldest
log in the rotation group. This is all in the FAQ AFAIK

Your cache will be more "useful" then....



>From: Thomas Kernen[]
>Sent: Thursday, 13 November 1997 5:33
>Is it possible to analyse the access.log file without having to
>"crash"/restart squid?? Else is there a way to tell squid to keep all
>previous information when the server is restarted. Since we launch this
>operation every 24hours, our cache is not very usefull.
>Thomas Kernen
Received on Wed Nov 12 1997 - 13:14:06 MST

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