Re: [squid-users] timestamps, cacheing

From: Joe Auty <>
Date: Mon, 18 Feb 2002 18:42:13 -0500

When I do a "date" at the Unix prompt, it does display the correct
time... Is there somewhere else I should check the times?

another possibly related symptom that occurs is that some pages can't be
loaded at all... it is very random and I can't seem to find a pattern,
but at these times when I load a page it just hangs there and won't load
until I restart Squid.

The next time this happens, I'll be sure to check my top readouts to see
if Squid is eating away at my resources...

Is this problem common? Is there a known fix for it?

On Monday, February 18, 2002, at 11:01 AM, Henrik Nordstrom wrote:

> In your quoted configuration Squid never caches anything.
> My guestt is that the clock on your HTTP server is not set correctly.
> It is important that the clocks on HTTP servers and any caches
> (including the browser cache on your own computer) are in reasonable
> sync or else page updates will not always be detected by a "reload".
> Regards
> Henrik Nordström
> Squid Developer
> On Monday 18 February 2002 15.36, Joe Auty wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I've got Squid installed and working. Delay pools are in affect,
>> and the server is not caching:
>> acl all src 0/0
>> no_cache deny all
>> cache_mem 16 MB
>> cache_dir null /
>> For some reason, when I upload files the time stamps are about 5
>> hours later than they should be. Also, when I refresh a page after
>> uploading a new HTML file, the changes aren't always correctly
>> reloaded. It's almost as if Squid is still trying to cache stuff...
>> Anybody have any ideas why this is happening, and what I can do to
>> get around this problem? I don't need the caching feature, and need
>> immediate updates of pages for web development purposes...
>> Thanks in advance!
Received on Mon Feb 18 2002 - 16:42:17 MST

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