Dag-Erling Smørgrav wrote:
Chuck Swiger <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
You should configure squid to use no more than about 60 - 70% of the
available physical RAM-- ie, set the cache_mem parameter to about 2.5
or 3GB.

Better yet, don't run Squid at all.

Ok, then what do you recommend instead of Squid?



  It was designed for a computer
architecture that was already obsolete when Squid was first written.

It wouldn't be unreasonable to limit datasize to 3 GB on such a
machine, assuming that nothing you run will ever need to grow

..actually, maxdsiz is meaningless in FreeBSD 7, because the new
allocator uses mmap(2) instead of brk(2) / sbrk(2), so malloc() counts
towards the resident set size (ulimit -m), not the data segment size
(ulimit -d).

(unless, of course, your application has its own allocator, in which
case you can kiss performance goodbye)


Heuristics are bug ridden by definition. If they didn't have bugs, then they'd be algorithms.
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