[squid-users] issue with one of joe coopers modifcations

From: Greg <squid@dont-contact.us>
Date: Fri, 23 Mar 2001 17:31:37 +1100


I changed the default first level cache directory from default 14 and used his formula, i got 73, anyway getting to the point, basically what happens after about 3 to 4 weeks it uses up all the memory and hits swap space, i have tried, rebooting, no difference, and using the kill command, (had httpd and cron running, thought they were bad, so i killed them) its still made no difference, so i am now using the alernative malloc (configure --enable-dlmalloc)

and seeing if there is any other difference, the only thing i can't do is make a custom kernel (i think there are compiler problems in my version of redhat 6.2)

Received on Thu Mar 22 2001 - 23:31:41 MST

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