[squid-users] Squid-2.6.STABLE19: logfile_rotate 180 not working when changed from 90

From: <casfre@dont-contact.us>
Date: Wed, 30 Apr 2008 18:24:04 -0300


     I am using Squid-2.6.STABLE19 with Linux for many years.

     Recently I changed "logfile_rotate" from 90 to 180. I have
already used squid -k reconfigure and I have already stopped and
started Squid again.

     After changing, I expected that squid started to rotate files
until 180 was reached, but it does not happen. It stopped at 93, to
access.log and cache.log

     There is at least 24G ( from 38G) of free space in the logs
partition ( ext3 ). There are just 190 files in squid logs directory.

     There is no error in cache.log when squid -k rotate is called.
Computer clock is ok ( date and time ).

     There is free memory and when squid -k rotate happens, there is
almost zero requests to the proxy.

     Everything appears to be working fine, including a lot of ACLs,
authentication helpers, delay pools and squidGuard redirection.

     Have I missed something?

     Any suggestion?

     Thank you.


Received on Wed Apr 30 2008 - 22:22:02 MDT

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