On Sun, 15 Feb 2004, [iso-8859-2] Éliás [iso-8859-2] Tamás wrote:
> Hy all! I have an ordinary transparent squid proxy defined on my gateway, wich
> operates correctly. An other transparent proxy has been set up on the other
> part of the network, wich has the proxy on the gateway as a parent defined.
> cache_peer parentproxy.net 3113 3030
> No other options (like proxy-only) defined.
> OS is a Linux woody, squid is beta3 from 17th january.
> Interesting, the proxy wich has the parent defined do not save anything in it's
> cache, although it seems operating correctly, so there are FIRST_PARENT_MISSes
> and other lines in the log, indicating the data has been sent through. My
Could it be that your system clock is set incorrectly?
Also, what do you get from:
% squidclient mgr:store_check_cachable_stats
> firewall is operating correctly, by redirecting packages from port 80 to my
> proxy port 3113. When the child proxy is going direct (on queries containing ?
> or cgi-bin) it is accessing the port 80 of the parent proxy, wich is
> transparent, so redirects the query again.
you can probably avoid this forwarding loop by adding this
to the child:
acl all src 0/0
never_direct allow all
> Has anyone idea why the child proxy
> is not saving anything on the disk?
see my suggestions above
Received on Sat Feb 14 2004 - 17:45:30 MST
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