Re: 1.2 Cache Size

From: Duane Wessels <>
Date: Sun, 03 May 1998 21:44:33 -0600

Mark Cooke writes:

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>Hi all,
>I have a query/problem regarding 1.2b20+patch.
>In squid.conf I have specified a 150Mb cache like so:
>cache_dir /usr/squid/cache 150 16 256
>And cachemanager reports:
> Storage Swap size: 136360 KB
>However, the dedicated squid cache partition is showing:
>/dev/hda5 247871 245978 1893 99% /usr/squid/cache
>A 'du -k -s /usr/squid/cache' shows:
>245974 /usr/squid/cache
>Is this just 'accounting differences' between Linux ext2fs and squid,
>or is there something else going on here? I've already dropped from
>having 200 16 256 in squid.conf to 150, and reduced the max object
>size back to 4Mb from 8Mb in the hope that things improve to no avail.


        150 MB is pretty small. Whats your incoming request rate?
        Squid may not be removing objects fast enough.

        Any other files there? core? When did you last start
        the cache_dir empty? Did it fill up from a 1.1 cache?

        Whats your filesystem blocksize?

Duane W.
Received on Sun May 03 1998 - 20:48:31 MDT

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