This is a discussion on RE: [squid-users] squid 2.5.STABLE4 + FreeBSD 5.x = crash after a while... - squid ; =20 >=20 > On Fri, 6 Feb 2004, Elsen Marc wrote: >... >... >=20 >=20 > The size of squid process was about 200mbyte. I recently=20 > erased all my=20 > cache dirs with rm -rf and rebuilt with -z ...
> On Fri, 6 Feb 2004, Elsen Marc wrote:
> The size of squid process was about 200mbyte. I recently=20
> erased all my=20
> cache dirs with rm -rf and rebuilt with -z option. I have 64mbyte=20
> cache_mem set. The squid process is roughly downloading=20
> 4-5gbytes of data=20
> in 24 hours. Normally use 5-8% of the CPU(p4-3.2ghz htt=20
> enabled, but I had=20
> the same problem with amd xp2400+ so I think cpu is not=20
> related to this=20
> I have 256 x 256 cache dir's on 120gbyte sata drives.
> The system has 2gbyte ram. It wasnt swapping either. (well it=20
> had about=20
> 1.5gbyte free so)
> The kernel has been compiled with the options to increase=20
> maximum process=20
> size to 2gbyte. But I guess this is irrelevant too. I just=20
> copied these=20
> options from my 4.9 kernel file to 5.x. Also the shared=20
> memory settings=20
> were copied directly. (the working settings in 4.9)
> Anything else which might give any clue?
Does your problem also happen when 'cache_mem' is reduced to 8mbyte ?