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Re: clean cache and TCP_SWAPFAIL_MISS?
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On 20/05/2012 3:06 p.m., Eliezer Croitoru wrote:
you need to stop squid and do a squid -z and then start squid again. by using the rm -rf ... you are erasing the cache dirs which is done by using the squid -z Eliezer On 20/05/2012 05:49, Beto Moreno wrote: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?
That is correct for erasng the cache, yes.SWAPFAIL then is a sign that a) Squid is not actually stopping, or b) a different squid instance is logging to access.log and/or playing with the cache, or c) disk corruption is happening during your tests.
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