Re: Generic configuration help

From: Duane Wessels <>
Date: Thu, 19 Feb 1998 10:05:06 -0700 writes:

>I have a VERY large server (Ultra 4000, 6cpus, 6GB of RAM) that
>I am serving images from. I have set the cache_mem up in the
>squid.conf file and am trying to use this machine as an image
>accelerator. I am wanting to serve 14MB of images, about 500
>total. Should all fit in memory, right? That is what I thought.
>Attached, you will see an excerpt from the store.log and the configs
>from my config file. It has to be something stupid.
>About the store.log, there are two peculiarities. One is the
>"released" images. They have type unknown, yet in the html source
>they are clearly marked <img ...>. The one possibility that I have
>been able to spot that in some of the html, the <img starts on one
>line and the rest of the statement continues on another. Is this a
>problem? Am I even on the right track?

Its not a problem. The content types are not stored in memory
so we don't know what the content type is when objects get

>The other peculiarity is the "Swapout" images. Why should any of
>them swapout, I have declared 512MB of RAM for squid, and there are
>only 14MB of images. This really has my curiosity up...

Its both. Its swapped out AND kept in memory.

Duane W.
Received on Thu Feb 19 1998 - 09:10:55 MST

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