[squid-users] url-rewrite PHP script issue under Ubuntu 10.04

From: Horacio H. <pokehorace_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 25 May 2010 18:49:16 -0500

Hi !

I was wondering if someone else has noticed a similar behavior:

I wrote an URL-rewrite script with PHP as explained at
<http://wiki.squid-cache.org/ConfigExamples/PhpRedirectors>. The
script was running without complains under Squid 2.7.Stable9 and
Ubuntu 9.04, then I upgraded Ubuntu to 10.04 and warning messages
started to show up:

2010/05/15 16:48:28| WARNING: url_rewriter #XX (FD XX) exited <----
(repeat n-times)
2010/05/15 16:48:28| Too few url_rewriter processes are running
2010/05/15 16:48:28| Starting new helpers

Things I've tried to solve the issue without success:

- Simplified the PHP script to the minimum (finally just using the
wiki's example).
- A clean installation of Ubuntu 10.04.
- Downgraded PHP package from 5.3 to 5.2.
- Recompiled Squid (just in case).

Perl scripts are not afected, so I rewrited/transalted the script. The
service is up again but a big question mark was left over my head.

I know it's not a Squid's issue per se, but at least the wiki may need
to be updated before other people get stuck at this point...

Thanks for reading.

url_rewrite_program /etc/squid/phpredir
url_rewrite_children 32

$temp = array();
while ( $input = fgets(STDIN) ) {
 $temp = split(' ', $input);
 $output = $temp[0] . "\n";
 echo $output;
Received on Tue May 25 2010 - 23:49:23 MDT

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