[squid-users] No Median Service times..

From: Klavs Klavsen <ktk@dont-contact.us>
Date: Mon, 12 Nov 2001 13:16:34 +0100

Hi everybody,

for some reason I have almost no Median Service times.. - squid only gives
me numbers on Cache Misses. that's it :-(

Have you got any ideas why?

NB. I compiled with --enable-time-hack (which should enable squid to only
update internal clock once a second) - which I guessed would improve peak
performance a little bit? - might it have something to do with it?

Connection information for squid:
           Number of clients accessing cache: 3523
           Number of HTTP requests received: 362211
           Number of ICP messages received: 0
           Number of ICP messages sent: 0
           Number of queued ICP replies: 0
           Request failure ratio: 0.00%
           HTTP requests per minute: 1493.0
           ICP messages per minute: 0.0
           Select loop called: 3339587 times, 4.359 ms avg
Cache information for squid:
           Request Hit Ratios: 5min: 93.0%, 60min: 93.2%
           Byte Hit Ratios: 5min: 54.4%, 60min: 55.0%
           Request Memory Hit Ratios: 5min: 10.3%, 60min: 9.8%
           Request Disk Hit Ratios: 5min: 50.5%, 60min: 47.9%
           Storage Swap size: 942028 KB
           Storage Mem size: 172924 KB
           Mean Object Size: 22.27 KB
           Requests given to unlinkd: 0
Median Service Times (seconds) 5 min 60 min:
           HTTP Requests (All): 0.00000 0.00000
           Cache Misses: 0.94847 0.94847
           Cache Hits: 0.00000 0.00000
           Near Hits: 0.00000 0.00000
           Not-Modified Replies: 0.00000 0.00000
           DNS Lookups: 0.00000 0.00000
           ICP Queries: 0.00000 0.00000

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