Re: storeClientReadHeader: no URL!
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On 05/04/11 17:09, Tory M Blue wrote:
Problem is that this is happening in every cache server. Even if I start clean I get these. What debug level/numbers can I use to track this down? This happens constantly, so ya as you said something is going on but it doesn't appear to be, someone mucking with the cache or other odity, since it happens with new fresh squid instances and is happening a lot.. Thanks Amos Toryhmmm 746665-2011/04/04 21:57:05| storeClientReadHeader: swapin MD5 mismatch 746729-2011/04/04 21:57:05| 1949E8301BB74F8CD2E16773A23B8D26 746784-2011/04/04 21:57:05| 3BD0B17768C3A6F6A85A4C4684A311C0 That has to be the cause, but it makes no sense. Why would they be there with a fresh cache install, on 3 different servers..
What OS filesystem is this using?does it do any sort of fancy file de-duplication or compression underneath Squid?
is there any system process which might do that sort of thing? Can you try 2.7.STABLE9?If this is ufs/aufs/diskd, do you have the ufsdump tool installed with Squid? that can dump the content of cache files for manual checking.
Amos -- Please be using Current Stable Squid 2.7.STABLE9 or 3.1.12 Beta testers wanted for 188.8.131.52
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