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Re: Squid crash: where to look to find the reason?
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On Fri, Apr 13, 2012 at 3:42 PM, Amos Jeffries <squid3@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > If the cache.log contains nothing, your next best hope is a core dump if it > crashed. Debian is one of the OS which disable the production of core dumps > by default, so the info is likely to not exist. Yes, that's what I verified. Core dumps are not generated (ulimit -c reports 0). > > I advise moving up to a more recent 3.1 release whatever the problem was. > 3.1.14 was the last release with major security problems found and yours > appears to be a custom build older than that. I'll update Squid as soon as possible, then. Thanks, L.
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