Documentation bugs

2007-08-13 Thread Mark Nottingham
/show_bug.cgi?id=2047 http://www.squid-cache.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=2051 http://www.squid-cache.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=1977 What's the best way to get these incorporated? IME they tend to confuse first-time (and not-so-first-time) Squid admins. Cheers, -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Via headers

2007-08-16 Thread Mark Nottingham
http://www.squid-cache.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=2003 There's a patch that looks pretty straightforward; can this be incorporated? Thanks, -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: squid-3 ?

2007-08-16 Thread Mark Nottingham
is a better month... Whats this summer you speak of? -Rob -- GPG key available at: http://www.robertcollins.net/keys.txt. -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

configuration guide link

2007-08-21 Thread Mark Nottingham
Now that there's automatically generated guides from the source available (and they're not easy to find!), should the configuration guide link on http://www.squid-cache.org/ and elsewhere point to them? The visolve stuff is great, but it's not authoritative. Just a thought, -- Mark

Memory stats when running as 64bit

2007-09-19 Thread Mark Nottingham
... are messed up; I think this is a known problem (or at least I remember talking to somebody about it), but I didn't see anything in bugzilla. So: http://www.squid-cache.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=2088. Cheers, -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Memory stats when running as 64bit

2007-09-25 Thread Mark Nottingham
Thanks! On 2007/09/21, at 7:19 AM, Henrik Nordstrom wrote: On tor, 2007-09-20 at 11:29 +0800, Adrian Chadd wrote: On Thu, Sep 20, 2007, Mark Nottingham wrote: ... are messed up; I think this is a known problem (or at least I remember talking to somebody about it), but I didn't see anything

Re: Squid-2 + Squid-3 roadmaps

2007-10-02 Thread Mark Nottingham
of object content, Content transformations, gzip transfer encoding, etc. I'd like to hear from devs and interested users alike. Thanks, Adrian -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

positive_dns_ttl

2007-10-09 Thread Mark Nottingham
) having the default if it is 0 separated out to a separate config ? Cheers, -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: positive_dns_ttl

2007-10-10 Thread Mark Nottingham
Makes sense. In the current code, if the test for ttl == 0 is removed, it should set the '0' case to the negative TTL rather than the positive one, which would be better in all cases, I think. On 2007/10/11, at 3:06 AM, Duane Wessels wrote: On Wed, 10 Oct 2007, Mark Nottingham wrote

Re: positive_dns_ttl

2007-10-11 Thread Mark Nottingham
, Mark Nottingham wrote: From ipcache.c; if (ttl == 0 || ttl Config.positiveDnsTtl) ttl = Config.positiveDnsTtl; if (ttl Config.negativeDnsTtl) ttl = Config.negativeDnsTtl; i-expires = squid_curtime + ttl; As I read this, if the TTL from an upstream resolver happens

Re: caching dynamic content

2007-11-15 Thread Mark Nottingham
Henrik -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [squid-users] Squid-2.7 branched (was [EMAIL PROTECTED]: cvs commit: squid configure.in])

2008-01-01 Thread Mark Nottingham
-20071224. Script done on Mon Dec 24 14:55:16 2007 -- - Xenion - http://www.xenion.com.au/ - VPS Hosting - Commercial Squid Support - - $25/pm entry-level VPSes w/ capped bandwidth charges available in WA - -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Proof-of-concept for using DNS SRV records for origin server location

2008-01-01 Thread Mark Nottingham
/Features/SrvDnsOriginServerLocation -- /kinkie -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Proof-of-concept for using DNS SRV records for origin server location

2008-01-01 Thread Mark Nottingham
That's kinda what I meant :) On 02/01/2008, at 6:51 PM, Adrian Chadd wrote: On Wed, Jan 02, 2008, Mark Nottingham wrote: Very, very cool. It would be nice to see in 2.7 as well (not just as a redirector). Its a bit much asking for it in 2.7 :) Maybe after its released, as a backported

ACLs for buffer sizes?

2008-01-03 Thread Mark Nottingham
, assuming that they're very close, so that if things get congested you don't have any nasty side effects. The easiest way to do this would seem to be using ACLs. Any thoughts? Cheers, -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: ACLs for buffer sizes?

2008-01-06 Thread Mark Nottingham
OK... so you're saying it might be possible to auto-size buffers? How would you you measure the path's bandwidth? On 04/01/2008, at 5:28 PM, Adrian Chadd wrote: On Fri, Jan 04, 2008, Mark Nottingham wrote: I've been wondering if it would be beneficial to have per-connection TCP buffer

Re: 'include' directive in squid-2.HEAD

2008-01-07 Thread Mark Nottingham
from my other squid-2 related butchery.) Adrian -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Can hitting resource limits be more friendly?

2008-01-11 Thread Mark Nottingham
exiting more cleanly, with a clear error message? Cheers, -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

cache replacement policy not being honoured?

2008-01-21 Thread Mark Nottingham
In squid.conf on 2.7 (as well as 2.6 AFAICT); cache_replacement_policy heap GDSF but with squidclient mgr:storedir, I get [...] Removal policy: lru LRU reference age: 6.83 days What's the story here? No complaints in cache.log. Cheers, -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: cache replacement policy not being honoured?

2008-01-22 Thread Mark Nottingham
http://www.squid-cache.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=2197 On 23/01/2008, at 11:25 AM, Adrian Chadd wrote: File a bug? I haven't seen that before. On Tue, Jan 22, 2008, Mark Nottingham wrote: In squid.conf on 2.7 (as well as 2.6 AFAICT); cache_replacement_policy heap GDSF but with squidclient

URIs for accelerators

2008-01-22 Thread Mark Nottingham
Short version: When an accelerator, Squid tends to omit the port number from its idea of what the request-URI is. This screws up logging, helpers, acls, etc. See: http://www.squid-cache.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=2192 -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: URIs for accelerators

2008-01-22 Thread Mark Nottingham
That's kind of what I was thinking, but was balking at the extra logic. If it's already hanging around, all the better. On 23/01/2008, at 4:18 PM, Adrian Chadd wrote: On Wed, Jan 23, 2008, Mark Nottingham wrote: Short version: When an accelerator, Squid tends to omit the port number from

Re: Dynamic content policy update

2008-01-28 Thread Mark Nottingham
Ah, missed the refresh_pattern -- sorry! On 29/01/2008, at 2:01 PM, Amos Jeffries wrote: Mark Nottingham wrote: Well, RFC2616 section 13.9; We note one exception to this rule: since some applications have traditionally used GETs and HEADs with query URLs (those containing

forwarded_for documentation inaccurate

2008-01-28 Thread Mark Nottingham
-For: 192.1.2.3 If you disable this, it will appear as X-Forwarded-For: unknown DOC_END 1) s/your system's/clients'/ 2) If you disable this, the x-forwarded-for header won't be added/ modified. -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: forwarded_for documentation inaccurate

2008-01-29 Thread Mark Nottingham
at 15:29 +1100, Mark Nottingham wrote: if cf.data.pre: NAME: forwarded_for COMMENT: on|off TYPE: onoff DEFAULT: on LOC: opt_forwarded_for DOC_START If set, Squid will include your system's IP address or name in the HTTP requests it forwards. By default it looks like

Re: URIs for accelerators

2008-02-06 Thread Mark Nottingham
wrote: On Wed, Jan 23, 2008, Mark Nottingham wrote: Short version: When an accelerator, Squid tends to omit the port number from its idea of what the request-URI is. This screws up logging, helpers, acls, etc. See: http://www.squid-cache.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=2192 Try: http

Re: Squid-2.7 release notes updated

2008-03-13 Thread Mark Nottingham
of the relevant bugs to put in the release notes. Let me know if you have any objections. Thanks, Adrian -- - Xenion - http://www.xenion.com.au/ - VPS Hosting - Commercial Squid Support - - $25/pm entry-level VPSes w/ capped bandwidth charges available in WA - -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL

Re: Headers/body separation

2008-04-07 Thread Mark Nottingham
- - $25/pm entry-level VPSes w/ capped bandwidth charges available in WA - -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

status of internal redirectors?

2008-05-06 Thread Mark Nottingham
), so you can do things like rewrite based upon a cookie... also very useful. Cheers, -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: status of internal redirectors?

2008-05-08 Thread Mark Nottingham
Done. On 07/05/2008, at 1:43 PM, Adrian Chadd wrote: On Wed, May 07, 2008, Mark Nottingham wrote: Is the internal rewrite work going to go into a release any time soon? It looks quite useful. Its in Squid-2.HEAD. Also, from browsing through the code briefly, it looks like it would

Re: status of internal redirectors?

2008-05-08 Thread Mark Nottingham
(in a broad sense) can be a cached URL maintenance function, for example. Alex. -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: status of internal redirectors?

2008-05-08 Thread Mark Nottingham
, Henrik Nordstrom wrote: On fre, 2008-05-09 at 10:09 +1000, Mark Nottingham wrote: I was talking about the rewriters / redirector, actually. Ok. That fits quite nicely as an ICAP REQMOD plugin.. Regards Henrik -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: status of internal redirectors?

2008-05-08 Thread Mark Nottingham
let your fallacy stand on its own (or not)... :) On 09/05/2008, at 2:26 PM, Alex Rousskov wrote: On Fri, 2008-05-09 at 10:09 +1000, Mark Nottingham wrote: I was talking about the rewriters / redirector, actually. Given that the helper interface is easy to understand and widely used, whereas

Another squid get-together?

2008-05-26 Thread Mark Nottingham
Hey, I'm going to be in the US and Europe this summer, and am wondering if there's interest in another meetup. If it's interesting, I can talk about how we use Squid at Y!, what our requirements are, etc. Cheers, -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Another squid get-together?

2008-05-27 Thread Mark Nottingham
/2008, at 5:05 PM, Kinkie wrote: AU is quite a way off be me, but I'll gladly host a meetup in Milan, and try to attend one in Europe. On 5/27/08, Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hey, I'm going to be in the US and Europe this summer, and am wondering if there's interest in another

assertion in cbdata.c

2008-06-02 Thread Mark Nottingham
I'm getting the following with 2.7HEAD-20080602: 2008/06/02 21:08:17| assertion failed: cbdata.c:239: c-y == CBDATA_COOKIE(p) when running Co-Advisor against it (not sure which test: I can dig into this if necessary). Was fine with 2.7STABLE1. -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Adding SCTP support

2008-06-03 Thread Mark Nottingham
, Pranav Desai wrote: On Sun, Jun 1, 2008 at 5:32 PM, Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm very interested in this, and would be willing to help with the spec work side of things. It's also been discussed on the HTTP mailing list http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/ietf-http-wg/. Cheers

Round-Robin becomes unbalanced when a peer dies and comes back

2008-06-05 Thread Mark Nottingham
appropriately. -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

header-to-header latency

2008-06-05 Thread Mark Nottingham
A while back I filed: http://www.squid-cache.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=2345 Any thoughts? -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: header-to-header latency

2008-06-05 Thread Mark Nottingham
Agreed. There are some pathological cases that make things tricky (e.g., when the origin server starts sending a response before all of the request body is in), but I don't think we have to coer every case. On 06/06/2008, at 2:21 PM, Amos Jeffries wrote: Mark Nottingham wrote: A while

Re: Round-Robin becomes unbalanced when a peer dies and comes back

2008-06-05 Thread Mark Nottingham
Patch attached to bug. On 06/06/2008, at 2:11 PM, Amos Jeffries wrote: Adrian Chadd wrote: Hm, that sounds right. You're basically having to recalculate/ reconverge your peer weightings, and thats the sensible way to do it. Adrian On Fri, Jun 06, 2008, Mark Nottingham wrote: Oh, I chopped

Making PEER_TCP_MAGIC_COUNT a cache_peer option

2008-06-06 Thread Mark Nottingham
http://www.squid-cache.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=2377 Squid will consider a peer dead when it has ten connect failures; this is hardcoded in as PEER_TCP_MAGIC_COUNT. The attached patch makes it a per-peer configuration option, defaulting to PEER_TCP_MAGIC_COUNT. -- Mark Nottingham

Re: X-Vary-Options patch

2008-06-06 Thread Mark Nottingham
bandwidth charges available in WA - -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Round-Robin becomes unbalanced when a peer dies and comes back

2008-06-07 Thread Mark Nottingham
, Jun 06, 2008, Mark Nottingham wrote: Patch attached to bug. .. looks fine to me. Squid admins: Can we just please hook Mark up with CVS repository access so he can commit these sorts of patches after review? :) I don't like seeing stuff fall between the cracks because we're too busy

Re: X-Vary-Options patch

2008-06-07 Thread Mark Nottingham
of priority. Also, for cookie it needs to be a little more elaborate as most often one wants to match on cookie names, not their vaule.. and sometimes a value of a specific cookie. Regards Henrik -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Duplicate peers

2008-06-09 Thread Mark Nottingham
-cache.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=2378 -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Next Squid get-together

2008-06-20 Thread Mark Nottingham
to start making arrangements if its going to be Sydney. Amos -- Please use Squid 2.7.STABLE2 or 3.0.STABLE6 -- - Xenion - http://www.xenion.com.au/ - VPS Hosting - Commercial Squid Support - - $25/pm entry-level VPSes w/ capped bandwidth charges available in WA - -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL

Re: Next Squid get-together

2008-06-20 Thread Mark Nottingham
For that matter, I could host in Stockholm (within easy walking distance of Östermalmstorg T-bana)... On 21/06/2008, at 9:39 AM, Mark Nottingham wrote: As Henrik says, there is no behind the scenes -- this is it :) I was angling for a European get-together as well as an Australian one

Re: Next Squid get-together

2008-06-23 Thread Mark Nottingham
the thread I've also kind of lost track of WHAT days are we exactly speaking about.. -- /kinkie -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Rationale behind storeKey?

2008-06-24 Thread Mark Nottingham
? Cheers, -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Rationale behind storeKey?

2008-06-26 Thread Mark Nottingham
On 27/06/2008, at 7:19 AM, Henrik Nordstrom wrote: On ons, 2008-06-25 at 10:32 +1000, Mark Nottingham wrote: Question: why is the request method used as input to the storeKey? What am I missing? The history of Squid, and in addition the negative cache of error responses. Caching of POST

Re: Next Squid get-together

2008-06-30 Thread Mark Nottingham
If you're going that way, I'll be there on the 31st and 1st. Ping me and I'll block off some time. Cheers, On 24/06/2008, at 2:14 AM, Henrik Nordstrom wrote: On mån, 2008-06-23 at 22:57 +1000, Mark Nottingham wrote: At this point, I think it's just Henrik, myself and possibly Kinkie. I'm

Re: Next Squid get-together -- Australia

2008-06-30 Thread Mark Nottingham
(but admittedly a bit outside Stockholm, about 50 minutes to ??stermalmstorg by public transport). Any of Stockholm, London or Milan work fine for me, but with a slight natural preference for Stockholm. Regards Henrik On l??r, 2008-06-21 at 10:05 +1000, Mark Nottingham wrote: For that matter, I

Re: Next Squid get-together -- Australia

2008-06-30 Thread Mark Nottingham
...and the other question: Melbourne or Sydney? I can definitely host in Sydney; I'd have to look around in Melbourne, but should be able to find something if there's a preference for that. Cheers, On 01/07/2008, at 2:07 PM, Mark Nottingham wrote: Not good for me (I'll be stepping off

Re: cachemgr.cgi and squidclient tools

2008-07-03 Thread Mark Nottingham
formally deprecating/obsoleting the tools bundled with Squid-2? possibly 'freezing' their code as they reach this point of full- parity? Any comments on how it should be done. Amos -- Please use Squid 2.7.STABLE3 or 3.0.STABLE7 -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: header-to-header latency

2008-07-15 Thread Mark Nottingham
-side request start should be a delta? On 06/06/2008, at 9:03 PM, Amos Jeffries wrote: Mark Nottingham wrote: hmm, you're thinking of connection stats as well as request stats? I believe I am. Service-Times as well as Transfer-Times. The HTTP level being a transfer time out of ?where

Reminder: Sydney meeting

2008-07-15 Thread Mark Nottingham
in, or at least observing. Cheers, -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Host headers for accelerator origins

2008-07-16 Thread Mark Nottingham
of the Host header on a per-peer basis... Cheers, -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Host headers for accelerator origins

2008-07-16 Thread Mark Nottingham
between 2.6 and 2.7; I doubt any of it is documented either making testing quite difficult.. (Squid-core guys, can we please sort out whats needed to bring Mark on as a committer already?) Adrian 2008/7/17 Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]: From what I can see on the wire, Squid 2.7 does

Re: Australia meeting agenda?

2008-07-18 Thread Mark Nottingham
concentrate for a day (or portion thereof) on user- focused discussion, and the rest on dev; that way, interested users can come and not have to sit through two days if they don't want to. Cheers, -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: store_client assertion in 2.7STABLE3

2008-07-19 Thread Mark Nottingham
anything more specific? Cheers, On 08/07/2008, at 1:44 AM, Henrik Nordstrom wrote: On tis, 2008-07-08 at 13:30 +1000, Mark Nottingham wrote: Seen again. assertion failed: store_client.c:172: !EBIT_TEST(e-flags, ENTRY_ABORTED) Perhaps this? http://www.squid-cache.org/Versions/v2/2.7/changesets

Re: store_client assertion in 2.7STABLE3

2008-07-20 Thread Mark Nottingham
. The assertion in your first message is different from this trace (store_client.c, not client_side.c) I suspect the other one is via clientCheckHeaderDone(). Maybe there is more.. Regards Henrik On lör, 2008-07-19 at 21:23 -0700, Mark Nottingham wrote: Sorry it took so long; see below. (gdb) bt #0

Re: How to buffer a POST request

2008-07-21 Thread Mark Nottingham
buffer for this if I understood right. The buffer is bigger than that. But not unlimited. The big change needed is that there currently isn't anything delaying forwarding of the request headers until sufficient amount of the request body has been buffered. Regards Henrik -- Mark Nottingham

Re: Error Replies to POST messages

2008-07-22 Thread Mark Nottingham
with the POST protocol. Perhaps IE is not expecting HTML in response to a POST? Has anyone encountered or tried such a thing? Thanks, Mike -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: How to buffer a POST request

2008-08-07 Thread Mark Nottingham
I took at stab at: http://wiki.squid-cache.org/Features/RequestBuffering On 22/07/2008, at 4:40 PM, Henrik Nordstrom wrote: It's not a bug. A feature request in the wiki is more appropriate. wiki.squid-cache.org/Features/ Regards Henrik On mån, 2008-07-21 at 17:50 -0700, Mark Nottingham

Re: How to buffer a POST request

2008-08-08 Thread Mark Nottingham
You said you were doing it :) On 08/08/2008, at 4:40 PM, Adrian Chadd wrote: Way to dob me in! Adrian 2008/8/8 Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]: I took at stab at: http://wiki.squid-cache.org/Features/RequestBuffering On 22/07/2008, at 4:40 PM, Henrik Nordstrom wrote: It's not a bug

Re: Making start/stop idempotent

2008-08-12 Thread Mark Nottingham
On 12/08/2008, at 3:50 PM, Robert Collins wrote: On Tue, 2008-08-12 at 15:30 +1000, Mark Nottingham wrote: Well, here's a patch for the behaviour I described... A patch for 3.x would be nice; I'll see what I can do, but undoubtedly I'll be slower than others... your patch seems fine

ClearingTheCache

2008-08-20 Thread Mark Nottingham
and purge the cache down to size again within 10 minutes of the configure. IME it can take *much* longer than 10 minutes, and if the box is under load, doing this can cause problems. -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Refresh patterns and ACLs

2008-08-27 Thread Mark Nottingham
themselves)? E.g., I have a user who wants to ignore-reload selectively based upon client IP; surely a good fit for an ACL if there ever were one... Just food for thought, -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Refresh patterns and ACLs

2008-08-28 Thread Mark Nottingham
! Adrian -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Refresh patterns and ACLs

2008-09-01 Thread Mark Nottingham
On 29/08/2008, at 11:20 PM, Henrik Nordstrom wrote: On fre, 2008-08-29 at 10:44 +1000, Mark Nottingham wrote: I'm not convinced it's a great solution, but something like URISpace may be appropriate; http://www.w3.org/TR/urispace.html Not very different in function, besides being XML

Re: [RFC] translation back-ports

2008-09-08 Thread Mark Nottingham
On 05/09/2008, at 12:35 AM, Amos Jeffries wrote: - is it worth cross-porting the auto-negotiate feature to 2.7/2.8? FWIW - I could imagine it being useful in some situations, but don't have an immediate need for it. -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Bad interaction between max_stale and negative caching (2.HEAD)

2008-09-18 Thread Mark Nottingham
, but wanted input on what approach people preferred. Left to my own devices, I'd add another condition to this in storeNegativeCache(): if (oe !EBIT_TEST(oe-flags, KEY_PRIVATE) !EBIT_TEST(oe-flags, ENTRY_REVALIDATE)) to limit it to 5xx responses. -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Bad interaction between max_stale and negative caching (2.HEAD)

2008-09-18 Thread Mark Nottingham
Will do tomorrow. On 18/09/2008, at 10:39 PM, Amos Jeffries wrote: Mark Nottingham wrote: I've got a user who's running a pair of peered accelerators, using both stale-while-revalidate and max_stale. Occasionally, they see extremely old content being served; e.g., if CC: max-age is 60s

Re: [RFC] Policy Change on half-closed connection

2008-09-18 Thread Mark Nottingham
. For those who need to enable it, I think we have 3- HEAD and 2.7. Amos -- Please use Squid 2.7.STABLE4 or 3.0.STABLE9 -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Bad interaction between max_stale and negative caching (2.HEAD)

2008-09-18 Thread Mark Nottingham
Bug 2468; http://www.squid-cache.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=2468 patch attached. I marked it as blocking 2255, as that's the bug for porting stale-if- error to 3.x. On 18/09/2008, at 10:39 PM, Amos Jeffries wrote: Mark Nottingham wrote: I've got a user who's running a pair of peered

Semantics of ENTRY_NEGCACHED

2008-09-18 Thread Mark Nottingham
(or similar) would show up in logs as a TCP_HIT rather than TCP_NEGATIVE_HIT. From browsing the code, there would be a number of other smaller but I think sensible impacts (e.g., it can be put into a digest, and stats are cleaned up). Thoughts? -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [Server-devel] Squid tuning recommendations for OLPC School Server tuning...

2008-09-22 Thread Mark Nottingham
, and indeed it may be more of a bottleneck than is worthwhile. Cheers, -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [Server-devel] Squid tuning recommendations for OLPC School Server tuning...

2008-09-22 Thread Mark Nottingham
On 23/09/2008, at 2:40 PM, Martin Langhoff wrote: On Tue, Sep 23, 2008 at 4:12 PM, Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED] inc.com wrote: Overall, what do you want to use Squid for here; caching, access control..? Caching and plugins such as squidgard (does that qualify as access control

Re: 2.7.STABLE5, any pending patches?

2008-09-25 Thread Mark Nottingham
in the queue which I have not merged yet as I am not sure it's complete: the negotiate auth buffer size patch. From what I can tell the HEAD committed change is incomplete missing the needed modification to the helper. Markus? Regards Henrik -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: 2.7.STABLE5, any pending patches?

2008-10-02 Thread Mark Nottingham
in the size of the AIO queue. It's better but still present in STABLE4, and 2464 makes it better (hence my comment there), but doesn't completely get rid of it. Ok. Not sure it's a blocker for releasing 2.7.STABLE5, but needs to be nailed down regardless. -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Deprecating URL passwords in cache_object://

2008-10-02 Thread Mark Nottingham
; cachemgr.cgi and squidclient both now use Basic auth. What do folks think about removing support for @password in URLs? Cheers, -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Deprecating URL passwords in cache_object://

2008-10-03 Thread Mark Nottingham
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Mark Nottingham wrote: I'm thinking about adding some functionality to cache manager that requires passing it arguments, but the current format is getting in the way; t = sscanf(url, cache_object://%[^/]/[EMAIL PROTECTED]@%s, host, request, password); AFAICT

2482 - deep ctx / load problems

2008-10-07 Thread Mark Nottingham
I have a stack trace, have opened a bug; http://www.squid-cache.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=2482 It seems to originate in the async refresh code... On 25/09/2008, at 9:39 PM, Mark Nottingham wrote: #2468. Also, I'm still chasing a bug that's been affecting for much of the 2.7 series

Re: Deprecating URL passwords in cache_object://

2008-10-14 Thread Mark Nottingham
(the current implementation is IMVHO kludgy). To fit with the rest there should be an acl matching the cachemgr action. Regards Henrik -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Deprecating URL passwords in cache_object://

2008-10-15 Thread Mark Nottingham
other arguments. Cheers, On 15/10/2008, at 8:21 PM, Henrik Nordstrom wrote: On ons, 2008-10-15 at 12:04 +1100, Mark Nottingham wrote: FWIW, my original use case was to allow passing arguments to cachemgr functions, so we can do things like: This is completely unrelated to changing the scheme

Re: Your questions on IRC

2008-10-22 Thread Mark Nottingham
http_access deny local_proxy log_access deny local_proxy Right now when I do this, the proxy port still goes to the cache_peer that's configured for the accelerator port... Cheers, -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Your questions on IRC

2008-10-22 Thread Mark Nottingham
deny local_proxy Right now when I do this, the proxy port still goes to the cache_peer that's configured for the accelerator port... Cheers, -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Your questions on IRC

2008-10-28 Thread Mark Nottingham
patch at: http://www.squid-cache.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=2504 On 23/10/2008, at 5:25 PM, Henrik Nordstrom wrote: But yes, would be possible to add a config parameter for the timeout, but thats for the timeout and not fixing this problem. -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Making start/stop idempotent

2008-10-28 Thread Mark Nottingham
check, by always returning true if the pid file doesn't exists.. On tis, 2008-10-28 at 20:16 +1100, Mark Nottingham wrote: I realised I never sent the patch without the option; On 12/08/2008, at 4:14 PM, Amos Jeffries wrote: So, effectively just change to exit(0) in those two places

Re: Making start/stop idempotent

2008-10-28 Thread Mark Nottingham
Duh. OK, will fix. On 29/10/2008, at 12:13 PM, Henrik Nordstrom wrote: On ons, 2008-10-29 at 11:32 +1100, Mark Nottingham wrote: I'm not seeing that; no crash, and -k check still correctly finds syntax errors in squid.conf. Behaviour appears the same as without the patch. squid -k check

Re: Your questions on IRC

2008-10-28 Thread Mark Nottingham
with results in TCP_(MEM_)HIT if the 304 indicated object is a hit. Could also be delays due to acl lookups or url rewriters. -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Your questions on IRC

2008-10-29 Thread Mark Nottingham
. Regards Henrik -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Making start/stop idempotent

2008-10-29 Thread Mark Nottingham
This tests for opt_send_signal == 0. idempotent_start.patch Description: Binary data On 29/10/2008, at 12:13 PM, Henrik Nordstrom wrote: On ons, 2008-10-29 at 11:32 +1100, Mark Nottingham wrote: I'm not seeing that; no crash, and -k check still correctly finds syntax errors

Re: Making start/stop idempotent

2008-10-29 Thread Mark Nottingham
, rotate maybe, to avoid cron jobs failing. But certainly not reconfigure. On tor, 2008-10-30 at 09:46 +1100, Mark Nottingham wrote: This tests for opt_send_signal == 0. On 29/10/2008, at 12:13 PM, Henrik Nordstrom wrote: On ons, 2008-10-29 at 11:32 +1100, Mark Nottingham wrote: I'm not seeing

Re: Your questions on IRC

2008-10-29 Thread Mark Nottingham
). Confirmed by strace. Patch in 2.HEAD. Regards Henrik -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Rv: Why not BerkeleyDB based object store?

2008-11-26 Thread Mark Nottingham
more useful as a metadata storage engine, as those have a very different access pattern than a general-purpose cache store. But if I had any time to devote to this, my priority would be in bringing 3.HEAD COSS up to speed with the work Adrian has done in 2. -- /kinkie -- Mark Nottingham

Associating accesses with cache.log entries

2008-11-26 Thread Mark Nottingham
be necessary to be able to trigger debug_options (or just all debugging) based upon an ACL match. However, this looks like it would require changing how debug is #defined. Any comments on this? Cheers, -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

HTCP documentation

2008-11-27 Thread Mark Nottingham
configuration. Is the You probably want to set... sentence still true? I.e., isn't htcp_port enough? -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: The cache deny QUERY change... partial rollback?

2008-12-01 Thread Mark Nottingham
/session schemes. Regards Henrik -- Mark Nottingham [EMAIL PROTECTED]

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