Re: Round robin parents get the same URL

From: Duane Wessels <>
Date: Wed, 27 May 1998 12:33:12 -0600

ADELINE E InfoEmiAsp writes:

>Ok for the definition of "round robin".
>But from an user point of view, there has been only one request.
>Fromy previous example, I entered only once the URL http:
>But in the access log file, the URL appeared twice!!!
>And worse, the 2 parents (non-ICP, but UDP echo) did the same work almost in
>Therefore, I think I missed something very big in the config file !!!! But
>what ?

>>Here is a new excerpt from the access.log:
>>896267803.153 3648 TCP_MISS/302 84 GET http:
>>//squidexterne/test/nsps35.tar.gz X007178 FIRST_PARENT_MISS/pcnt -
>>896267976.495 3830 TCP_MISS/302 85 GET http:
>>//squidexterne/test/nsps35.tar.gz X007178 FIRST_PARENT_MISS/pcnt2 -

Your client must be making the same request twice. These two
accesses are separated by almost three minutes in time.

Also note the HTTP reply is 302 (Moved Temporarily). These
replies are not cached.

Duane W.
Received on Wed May 27 1998 - 11:36:47 MDT

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