Re: largest deployment?

From: Bill Wichers <>
Date: Tue, 21 Apr 1998 14:59:51 -0400 (EDT)

Just a quick little question for you guys:

How are you handling the logs? I'm curious if Squid's writing of the
access.log, cache.log, and store.log becomes a bottleneck on large heavily
used caches.

My concern is that on a really fast cache (with a bunch of nice UW SCSI
disks or maybe a RAID) that the logs will limit the cache's performance
becuase the system disk won't be able to keep up with the cache disk
array. I've asked questions like this before but never really got much of
an answer...


On 21 Apr 1998, Michael O'Reilly wrote:

> Dancer <> writes:
> > 34GB/server, split across half a dozen drives, sharing by squid (no
> > raid). No problems with the ext2 file-system so far. Bearing up nicely.
> >
> > D
> Ah, just edge you out. :) 38 gig, P-II 266, 512meg ram, running
> squid1.2. Handing peak loads of 150 tcp/second, 60 min averages in the
> 50 tcp/second.
> Michael.
Received on Tue Apr 21 1998 - 12:17:29 MDT

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