[squid-users] squid-2.4STABLE1 xcalloc crash. what's wrong ?

From: <cat@dont-contact.us>
Date: Mon, 26 Mar 2001 21:46:01 +0300 (EEST)


        After upgrading from squid-2.3STABLE4 to squid-2.4STABLE1 I got plenty
of "FATAL: xcalloc: Unable to allocate 1 blocks of 4096 bytes!". Of course
I read FAQ sections related to memory. Kernel MAXDSIZE, MAXSSIZE set to 134Mb.
Process limits set to unlimited. squid-2.4 grows up to 77Mb and then crashes.
I tried other malloc libraries: GNUmalloc and dlmalloc. In squid.conf I was
setting cache_mem 32Mb, 24 Mb, 8 Mb - this didn't help. Everytime squid grows
ip to 77Mb - it crashes! I really wonder what's wrong, because with squid-2.3
process used more than 100 Mb without a problem. I stress that I have a lot
of free virtual memory and at least 5 Mb of free physical memory.

        If you have any ideas about this or encourted tha same problem - please
help/report. I repeat that I didn't have this problem with squid-2.3. It
appears only after upgrade to squid-2.4STABLE1.

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