squid 1.1.20 receives non-existant SIGHUP on FreeBSD 2.2.2R

From: Adam W. Dace <awd@dont-contact.us>
Date: Tue, 20 Jan 1998 14:40:02 -0600

I'm not exactly sure why this is happening, but it just happened while
our IS team was out to lunch. So either someone's hacked us -just- to
play with squid(doubtful), or squid is somehow receiving signals that it
shouldn't be.

This from squid_cache.log:

1998/01/20 13:56:24| reconfigure: SIGHUP received
1998/01/20 13:56:24| Waiting 30 seconds for active connections to finish
1998/01/20 13:56:24| FD 21 Closing HTTP connection

The real reason I'm writing is for a suggested version to run. Anyone
know of a version past 1.1.10 which runs stably on FreeBSD 2.2.2R? I've
already talked to a fellow FBSD user, and he suggests 1.1.10, which I'll
be downgrading to tonight. Our squid proxy handles roughly 20 people,
and I've grown tired of hearing users yell when it goes down
approximately once a day.

I also wanted to thank the squid authors for a wonderful product, we use
it every day, and now that it has enough memory to effectively run
happily, it's quite speedy as well.

Have a good one, and thanks,

Adam W. Dace (AD332) | E-Mail:       awd@fastparts.com
Software Programmer  | Office URL:   http://www.fastparts.com/
FastParts, Inc.      | Personal URL: http://www.turing.com/awd/
Received on Tue Jan 20 1998 - 12:42:52 MST

This archive was generated by hypermail pre-2.1.9 : Tue Dec 09 2003 - 16:38:28 MST