[squid-users] Squid 2.3.3 vs Squid 2.2.5

From: Lorenzo <lorenzo@dont-contact.us>
Date: Tue, 20 Nov 2001 11:36:06 +0100

Hi everybody!
I've got a problem: I'm running two squid server, first one is Squid 2.2.5 running on Intel based RedHat 7.1, while the other is Squid 2.3.3 running on Sparc Solaris 8. I've notice what follows: on 2.2.5 I cannot handle multiple squid instances (i.e. 2 processes running on different ports), while I can do this on 2.3.3. That's ok, since it's a newer version. But when I try to make an ACL on 2.2.5 with destination server names, it works fine on 2.2.5 (i.e. aol.com works for www.aol.com, bogus.aol.com, fake.aol.com) but not on 2.3.3 (i.e. in the case above aol.com doesn't works at all, I have to manually specify www.aol.com, bogus.aol.com, fake.aol.com,etc.).Am I wrong with something or is this supposed to happen ?

Thanx in advance
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