Re: [SQU] Disabling log files

From: Adrian Chadd <>
Date: Thu, 25 Jan 2001 16:44:09 -0700

On Thu, Jan 25, 2001, Awie wrote:
> Re: [SQU] Disabling log filesIlker,
> I am totally agree with you to keep the logs. Because of my last case (someone spoof our IP), I will try to find the culprit in my access.log. However, I also have one important thing to be kept in my mind. Control the logs size !
> I even don't know how to "automatically" control that. Last time also got another problem. Our "GNOME" crashed our Linux because of our HDD size was so low after Squid run for 30-45 days. I did not control the logs.
> Please give me comment and suggestion how to "auto" control the cache size. Many thanks for your help.

Cron job 'squid -k rotate' periodically. Then set logfile_rotate to
how many logfiles you want to keep around. The default is 10.

That should stop your cache logs from overflowing your disks.

Hope this helps,


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