Re: [squid-users] CacheHierarchy - load balance, failover

From: Chia Wei LEE <>
Date: Fri, 2 Dec 2011 09:10:56 +0800

Hi Amos

Since the child server don have internet access. so we only set it
never_direct allow all

Chia Wei

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                                       Re: [squid-users] CacheHierarchy -
                                       load balance, failover

On 1/12/2011 10:49 p.m., Chia Wei LEE wrote:
> Hi All
> I had linked squid servers into a cache hierarchy. One Child and two
> Parent.
> below is the Child config
> cache_peer parent 3128 3130 weighted-round-robin
> cache_peer parent 3128 3130 weighted-round-robin
> Here is my question,
> if let say, the was down, is it all the traffic will go
> the ? if not, any solution to avoid the service downtime ?

Maybe. What do your always_direct and never_direct and prefer_direct
configuration say about it?


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