Re: [SQU] Sudden Death problem of squid on Solaris 8 x86

From: Joe Cooper <joe@dont-contact.us>
Date: Mon, 15 Jan 2001 02:14:56 -0600

Add more memory. Squid may be panicking because it cannot allocate
enough contiguous memory. I've seen this before on very large files
when memory gets low. (There also seems to be a memory problem in Squid
2.4 from CVS, but it may not be the problem you're seeing, because the
problem I see leaves a trail in the logs to tell me it is memory
allocation failure.)

황 정동 wrote:

> Hi all.
>
> I'm using squid 2.4devel4 for reverse proxy.
> OS is Solars 8 x86 and 256MB memory.
>
> Main use of this machine is file caching for LARGE outgoing request.
>
> Total file size is approximately 200MB and files are totally static.
> For our site, response time is very critical. So we want to load all files
> into memory for caching.
> Squid works fine at start but after about 10 hours or more, it stops.
> 80 port is open but there's no response for request string.
> It seems that squid reruns and dies and again reruns and so on.
>
> I guess it's memory problem or socket problem...
>
> at dead time, used memory of squid is about 200MB or more or less.
> and throughput is 800~1000 req/sec.
>
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