Re: [squid-users] Ephemeral Port Range

From: Chia Wei LEE <>
Date: Fri, 30 Dec 2011 09:37:13 +0800


Thanks for the advice.
Anyway, what is FD Squid ?

But my problem is , after i change the port range in the OS kernel, what
changes i need to do in squid.conf ?


Chia Wei

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                                       Re: [squid-users] Ephemeral Port

On 29/12/2011 9:13 p.m., Chia Wei LEE wrote:
> Hi
> Need your all advice. =)
> Recently i had enlarge my server port range 1024 - 65536.
> Any changes i need to do in squid.conf?
> Am i need to reinstall the squid ?

Check how many FD Squid believes are available. Make sure it is at least
twice, maybe 3x, the number of sockets you expect to be using.


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