Re: Squid 2.0 Patch 2 - Traffic and resource counters

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Date: 21 Oct 1998 14:51:38 +0300

On Wed, 21 Oct 1998, Henrik Nordstrom wrote:

> Henrik Nordstrom wrote:
> > Another option is to enable quick_abort.
> I also recommend disabling support for half closed client connections
> unless you know that some of your users require it. It greatly speeds up
> the abort detection code which saves you both some bandwidth and server
> load, but most of all it cuts down on the number of filedescriptors
> used.
> Squid.conf:
> quick_abort_min 0
> quick_abort_max 0
> quick_abort_pct 100
> half_closed_clients off

It seems to be a problem with _fwdAbortFetch_ code, as described by Daryl.
I've set half_closed_clients to off and quick_abort_pct to 99.
Should i also set quick_abort_max ?

also i have 4GB cache, reload_into_ims and max value for refresh pattern 7
days ((10000 mins).
With all this stuff squid should never access Internet because half
of the Net should be cached. :-)
But never mind. Its incoming traffic exceeds outgoing traffic to
There is nothing to be done with squid.conf
but something to do with Squid code.

Best regards,
Andriy Kopystyansky
Webmaster at PolyNet
Received on Wed Oct 21 1998 - 06:10:16 MDT

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