Re: HUP'ing squid

From: Steve Judge <>
Date: Sun, 11 Oct 1998 19:49:47 +1000

At 10:02 11-10-98 +0200, you wrote:
Hi Lars,
With squid 1.2 and 2.00 if you want to HUP squid you have to do it from the
command line.
change to your /usr/local/squid/bin/ directory and type in:
squid -k
and you'll see the all the options to choose from.
to HUP it, you go:

squid -k reconfigure

Its the same with rotating the logs if you rotate them automatically.
its now:

squid -k rotate

hope this helps

Steve Judge
Managing Director
Globec Internet Services Pty Ltd

>I've upgraded to squid v2 now and encountered a strange problem:
>I run squid via RunCache. When I change the configuration files, I send squid
>-HUP. Under v1, this worked just fine - under v2, shorty thereafter, RunCache
>starts to start new squid processes! (While the old one is still running)
Received on Sun Oct 11 1998 - 02:48:46 MDT

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