Re: [squid-users] Garbage on cachemgr.cgi output

From: Henrik Nordstrom <>
Date: Fri, 30 Mar 2001 17:18:58 +0200

You either did not specify the correct "Cache host/port" parameters, or
Squid is not running.

"Cache Host" is the host where Squid is running (IP where it is
listening for requests) (i.e. the IP of the Squid server, or what you
have specified as listening address before the port number in http_port
in squid.conf)

"Cache Port" is the port on that host where Squid listens for http
reqeuests. (i.e. http_port number from squid.conf)

Henrik Nordstrom
Squid hacker
Evelio Martinez wrote:
> Henrik Nordstrom escribió:
> > Your webserver does not know that cachemgr.cgi is a CGI program and
> > instead of running cachemgr.cgi it sends you the actual program binary.
> >
> ok, thanks to all. Now I have the form with:
>   Cache Host:
>   Cache Port:
>   Manager name:
>   Password:
> I have changed squid.conf to include :
> acl  mywwwhost src a.b.c.d/q.w.e.r          where  a.b.c.d and q.w.e.r are
> host and netmask respectively
> The rest is more or less as FAQ suggests
> I get this message:
> connect: (111) Connection refused
Received on Fri Mar 30 2001 - 08:16:53 MST

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