Re: [squid-users] What load can SQUID cope with in accelerator

From: Brett Lymn <>
Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2001 09:54:21 +1030 (CST)

According to Ole Moller:
>fine. Then I tried it for my self, I had to wait about 3 minutes before=20
>squid started to serve my request and when it did I got about 2kb/sec=20
>(instead of expected 1mb/sec). When squid had run for about 10 minutes it=20
>killed itself with a message of "FATAL: Too many queued redirector=
> requests".

Sounds like you need to have more redirector children - the log
messages say you should do this. If you are still having troubles
then you should look at the coding of your redirector and try to make
it more efficient so they do their job quicker.

>I believe that this not is the real cause of death considering that I had=20
>started 30 and one did the job fine when running from apache. Have you any=
>idea of what could be blocking? disk io?

What does iostat & vmstat say? These should give you some clue as to
where the bottleneck is.

Brett Lymn, Computer Systems Administrator, BAE SYSTEMS
Received on Thu Mar 15 2001 - 16:28:42 MST

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