On 22/11/2011 8:17 p.m., someone wrote:
I want my squid to stop serving internet at specified times
I ADDED THESE LINES TO MY CONF then ran Squid -k reconfigure
acl hours time 06:00-23:00
http_access allow hours
yet it is now Mon Nov 21 23:16:10 PST 2011
and squid is still serving up internet hot and fresh
... indicating that one of the other rules you failed to mention is
The whole list of http_access lines is one giant test "script" to
determine the allow/deny choice. Order is important. So is the full set
I didnt try completely restarting squid yet, but I have a suspicion that
wont do it either
Maybe. Depends on the type of request is being serviced. http_access
only gets tested for *new* requests. Tunnels and long-polled chat
sessions can continue happily for days unless something interrupts tem.
Squid Cache: Version 3.0.STABLE8<---yes I know its a bit outdated but
it works for me :)
"Works" is not really part of that equation. "Security vulnerability"
and "bugs" are more appropriate considerations.