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Sorry, for all the list: stop squid. remove cache dir rm -rf cache/ mkdir cache chown proxy:proxy cache/ squid -z echo " " > access.log squid start Done, is correct? Sat, May 19, 2012 at 7:48 PM, Beto Moreno <pamrtj@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > stop squid. > remove cache dir rm -rf cache/ > mkdir cache > chown proxy:proxy cache/ > squid -z > echo " " > access.log > squid start > > Done, is correct? > > On Fri, May 18, 2012 at 5:57 AM, Eliezer Croitoru <eliezer@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: >> On 18/05/2012 08:12, Beto Moreno wrote: >>> >>> Hi. >>> >>> I'm working on some squid settings, I have follow the instructions to >>> clean my cache, but once I clean my cache, change the settings I'm >>> working on and start again my test, the next run and I see this log in >>> my access.log: >>> >>> TCP_SWAPFAIL_MISS >>> >>> The book say: >>> >>> Squid found a valid copy of the requested resource but failed to load >>> it from disk. Squid then >>> sent the request to the origin server as though it were a cache miss. >>> >>> I understand that, squid found something...where I had clean my cache? >>> >>> Or I need to restart my server?(I had restart squid without issue) >>> >>> What I want is to run squid with some settings, them get my info, >>> change my settings, clean my cache and again run the test. >>> >>> I was thinking that in my next run I will found only TCP_MISS. >>> >>> Is the right way to start a fresh cache or I need to some else? >>> >>> Squid 2.7.x, thanks!!! >> >> and how do you clean the cache? >> >> Eliezer >> >> -- >> Eliezer Croitoru >> https://www1.ngtech.co.il >> IT consulting for Nonprofit organizations >> eliezer <at> ngtech.co.il
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