Re: acl - dstdomain - srcdomain

From: Ratkai Peter <>
Date: Tue, 20 Apr 1999 18:19:16 +0200 (CEST)

Thanks, the first one is ok. But the other problem is still hanging:

(squid): acl.c:1696: aclDestroyAcls: Assertion `0' failed

When I'm trying, I got these messages for the HUP signal. Only in case
these acls are stated:

acl minimal dstdomain "/squid/etc/dstdomain.list"
acl minimal_hosts srcdomain "/squid/etc/srcdomain.list.minimal"

http_access allow minimal_hosts minimal password

What does this mean?

Thanks, Bye;
 Peter Ratkai

On Tue, 20 Apr 1999, Henrik Nordstrom wrote:

> Ratkai Peter wrote:
> > I need to have a special access-list for my users. This is a corporate
> > netwok, so no .exe .zip .arj files can be downloaded by the users.
> > Some http queries use .exe extension in the address, so squid denies
> > it as well. Do you know a workaround for this?
> Identy those, and exclude them form denial.
> acl permitted_exes "/squid/etc/permittedexe.list"
> http_access deny !permitted_exes denied_extenstions
> > http_access allow minimal_hosts minimal password
> >
> > I've tried this, but does not work. the file dstdomain.list contains the
> > allowed url's, and the srcdomain.list.minimal contains the domain names
> > associated with this group. I may do something wrong.
> It should work. I think.
> If you turn on debugging then it is very easy to see how your ACL's are
> processed and where it goes wrong (preferably done on a non-production
> server with no other traffic at the time).
> --
> Henrik Nordstrom
> Spare time Squid hacker
Received on Tue Apr 20 1999 - 10:22:47 MDT

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