Squid 1.1.20 BIN_TREE bugs?

From: Lord Spambraticus of Borg <spambrat@dont-contact.us>
Date: Sat, 31 Jan 1998 00:28:17 +1000

I was going through the 9801 archive, and noticed someone reporting a bug with
continual "TCP_DENIED" errors, even though the acl lists are correctly

My acl is extremely simple (one 64-node sub-Class C address block)... and when
compiled with BIN_TREE, nothing I do can permit the caching to work.

When compiled without it, everything works fine.

This is on a Linux 2.0.33, 64MB phys, gcc system.


PS: Incidentally... anyone know what the upper limit of file descriptors Linux's
design can accomodate?
Received on Fri Jan 30 1998 - 06:31:58 MST

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