> - Are you using any parents offering bad QoS (Quality of Service) ?

No we have no parent's anymore, we've not had for a couple of years now.

> > Is it time perhaps that I upgraded?

>
> - Certainly advizable : to use the latest stable release
> and verify this issue again.


I don't know why I asked that really, was a bit of a dumb question. :-)
I'll get on the case now.

Cheers,
Jezz.


> >
> > We have been running Squid Version 2.4.STABLE7 for some time
> > now without
> > problems, though recently I've had a few reports of corrupt downloads.
> > The file download okay and are the correct size (or appear to
> > be) but are
> > corrupt when they are unzipped or executed.
> > I have tested the reported files myself by downloading them
> > with and without
> > the cache and true enough the files are being corrupted by
> > the cache as they
> > pass through it.
> >
> > The file sizes vary between 1-30MB
> >
> > Does anyone have any idea as to why this is happening?

>
> - Are you using any parents offering bad QoS (Quality of Service) ?



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