Re: [squid-users] Squid 3.1.x and right configuration parameters for tmpfs 8GB

From: Josef Karliak <>
Date: Fri, 02 Dec 2011 11:10:25 +0100

   I use 64-bit machine, HP DL380 G7. I thought that it should be
better to use tmpfs (part of the memory). After reboot it is clean and
empty, squid creates directories again automaticaly.
   So you recommend use a few of disk capacity and set caching to memory only ?

Cituji Matus UHLAR - fantomas <>:

> On 01.12.11 15:05, Josef Karliak wrote:
>> I wanna use tmpfs for squid cache, is 8GB enough or too big ? We've
>> about 3000 computers behind squid, for OS is 16GB sufficient,
>> that's why I used 8GB for squid tmpfs.
> what is the point of using tmpfs as squid cache? I think using only
> memory cache would be much more efficient (unless you are running
> 32-bit squid).
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