My cache partitions are filling up, what do i do?

From: Fernando Medina Jr. <>
Date: Wed, 20 Oct 1999 09:04:54 -0500

I am running Squid 2.2Stable4 on RH 6.0 with 2.2.12 kernel, 128MB RAM
and 2 4GB SCSI disks. I assigned 2 250MB partitions for squid,
/squid_cache1 and /squid_cache2 and every now and again one of the
partions will fill to 100% and squid will die. These are the relevant
parts of my squid.conf:

cache_mem 64 MB

cache_swap_low 93
cache_swap_high 96
cache_dir /squid_cache1 240 16 256
cache_dir /squid_cache2 240 16 256

The partitions are 250MB each but I set the cache_dirs to 240MB so that
there was no chance of them filling up, but they still are...what am I
missing? thanks,

Fernando Medina Jr.
ICQ 102329
San Jose, Costa Rica

Received on Wed Oct 20 1999 - 09:07:03 MDT

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