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On 10.05.2012 03:01, Lucas Diaz wrote:
I have this scenario:
a frontend squid 3.2.0.7 with workers intercepting traffic with
tproxy, and caching in memory small files.
a backend squid 3.2.0.7 parent, serving files from disk.
the two squid comunicate via htcp, and that work pretty well
(although I see very often on the frontend one or few processes with
high cpu usage, while the rest remain low, I don't know if this is a
normal behaviour).

Now I'm trying to use squid 3.2.0.13 or above to get advantage of the
shared memory feat, but I cannot get it working with its parent. If I
use the proxy manual on my browser(the frontend proxy), it works, but
with tproxy, it never fetch the content from its parent.

How do you know that? details required please.

Amos



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