On Wed, 21 Apr 2004 Horst.Mundt@arxes.de wrote:

> It seems like the problem only occurs in conjunction with the
> http_reply_access.
>
> Any ideas? (My current workaround is a script that reads the admins group
> from the LDAP-directory and writes the members into a file. Told squid to
> read the "admins" acl from the file instead of the LDAP-directory. That
> basically works but is not really elegant )



http_reply_access is somewhat limited in Squid-2.5 in that it cannot wait
for any form of external lookup to complete (external, dns etc).

You can work around this quite well (but not 100%) by making sure the same
acls is evaluated in http_access, allowing Squid to cache the result
before processing your http_reply_access rules. A simple method to have
acls evaluated in http_access without affecting the http_access outcome is
to use combine them with a dummy acl that will never match anything


acl nothing src 0.0.0.0/32

http_access deny acl_that_needs_to_be_evaluated nothing


somewhere before where access is allowed..

Regards
Henrik