Re: SQUID2 problem

From: Oskar Pearson <>
Date: Mon, 11 Jan 1999 12:17:51 +0200


> >But I have 300Mb free disk space,
> >squid.conf: cache_dir 200 16 256
> >
> >But my cache crashes. Could you tell me what does it mean?
> >I have Linux with 2.0.35 kernel, squid 1.1.22 works good!
> You might be out of inodes, even though you have lots of "space".

I have found that if my hard disk is dying Linux can return 'no space'
error messages to Squid.. check the output of 'dmesg'... if you have scsi
errors (or 'ext2 fs' errors) then try re-format (with the scsi bios... a
low level format) the disks (or replace them).


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so much better if you don't. And how can anyone want to lose a minute -
a single minute of being alive?"				-- Think Twice
Received on Mon Jan 11 1999 - 03:16:48 MST

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