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Re: squid on openbsd 3.7
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: squid on openbsd 3.7
- From: Askar Ali <askar_(_at_)_askarali_(_dot_)_info>
- Date: Fri, 08 Jul 2005 16:54:51 +0500
Karsten McMinn wrote:
On 7/7/05, Askar Ali <askar_(_at_)_askarali_(_dot_)_info> wrote:Okay squid is running with desired file descriptors, I just want to
know, for transparent proxy do I have to reinstall squid by passing some
arguments during instaling from ports?
I would love if you can gives any other suggestion that could makes
squid performance cool, may be in sysctl.conf?
Squid is a cpu, descriptor and disk hog. After you
have allocated the disk space and compiled with
ample available FDs you pretty much just
use an acl to keep its cpu utilization in control.
Or pf "nat" rule would be enough ? ( i know howto do nat, and other pf
secondly I want to --enabe-snmp and some other things which are not
presently enable while I install squid from port.......
Squid Cache: Version 2.5.STABLE9
configure options: --datadir=/usr/local/share/squid
'--enable-auth=basic digest' '--enable-basic-auth-helpers=NCSA
'--enable-removal-policies=lruheap' --enable-ssl '--enable-storeio=ufs
diskd' --localstatedir=/var/squid --prefix=/usr/local --sysconfdir=/etc
squid is installed with the above default configurations, I duno howto
pass arugment while installing from ports, (heh coming from linux
background where ./configure blah blah kinda cool)