Squid back up :)

It had run out of harddrive space.   Moved some log files to another disk and we’re back in business.

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3 Responses to Squid back up :)

  1. Mischko says:

    Thanks for posting here. Unfortunately, the site has been slow for the rest of the day and the problem persisted (i.e. I had to explicitly purge each page to make my changes visible) and now it seems to be down again. So I’m afraid the problem hasn’t been completely solved – sorry for bugging you again 🙂

    Mischko
    –~~~~ 🙂

  2. Thanks for working on this, Sean. I know you’re a busy man. I run a wiki/server myself, so if there’s anything I can do, let me know.

  3. Sean Colombo says:

    Thanks for the info Mischko. I made another post about this morning’s problem and hopefully I can figure out a better long-term fix.

    When the Squid goes down it’s reeeeeally messy because the web-server gets annihilated until the Squid’s cache starts to fill up again. I’m looking at the “top” results on the Apache server and “httpd” processes fill the entire screen continually. In English that just means that way too many requests are getting past the Squid (since they aren’t cached). Hopefully, someday we’ll have extra test-servers laying around that we could throw into the mix when something like this happens (but that’s just a dream for now, lol… servers are expensive).

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