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
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
(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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