Re: [squid-users] squid performance tunning

From: Drunkard Zhang <gongfan193_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 18 Aug 2011 18:11:54 +0800

2011/8/18 Amos Jeffries <squid3_at_treenet.co.nz>:
> On 18/08/11 19:40, Drunkard Zhang wrote:
>>
>> 2011/8/18 Chen Bangzhong:
>>>
>>> My cached objects will expire after 10 minutes.
>>>
>>> Cache-Control:max-age=600
>>
>> Static content like pictures should cache longer, like 1 day, 86400.
>
> Could also be a whole year. If you control the origin website, set caching
> times as large as reasonably possible for each object. With revalidate
> settings relevant to its likely replacement needs. And always send a correct
> ETag.
>
> With those details Squid and other caches will take care of reducing caching
> times to suit the network and disk needs and updates/revalidation to suit
> your needs. So please set it large.
>
>>
>>> I don't know why there are so many disk writes and there are so many
>>> objects on disk.
>
> All traffic goes through either RAM cache or if its bigger than
> maximum_object_size_in_memory will go through disks.
>
> From that info report ~60% of your traffic bytes are MISS responses. A large
> portion of that MISS traffic is likely not storable, so will be written to
> cache then discarded immediately. Squid is overall mostly-write with its
> disk behaviour.
>
> Likely your 10-minute age is affecting this in a big way. The cache will
> have a lot of storable object which are stale. Next request they will be
> fetched into memory, then replaced by a revalidation REFRESH (near-HIT)
> response, which writes new data back to disk later.
>
>>>
>>> In addtion, Disk hits as % of hit requests: 5min: 1.6%, 60min: 1.9%
>>> is very low.
>>
>> Maybe cause by disk read timeout. You used too much disk space, you
>> can shrink it a little by a little, until disk busy percentage reduced
>> to 80% or lower.
>
> Your Squid version is one which will promote HIT objects from disk and
> service repeat HITs from memory. Which reducing that disk-hit % a lot more
> than earlier squid versions would show it as.
>
>>
>>> Can I increase the cache_mem´╝č or not use disk cache at all?
>>
>> I used all memory I can use :-)
>
> Indeed, the more the merrier. Unless it is swapping under high load. If that
> happens Squid speed goes terrible almost immediately.

Actually I disabled swap at all, and use a script to start squid
process immediately when killed by OS. OS will kill squid when OOM(Out
of memory).
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