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Old 10-12-2004, 02:52 AM   #1
mchitrakar
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file size limit exceeded


hi,

I am in a new problem., hope you guys will help me. Squid running in my server has
gone down.The messages it gives are:
Squid -sy >> /usr/local/squid/squid.out 2>&1
RunCache:line 35:1852 File size limit exceeded
squid -NsY $conf >> $logdir/squid.out 2>&1
(this repeats for some times....)
EXITING DUE TO REPEATE,FREQUENT FAILURES
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Tried to nmap myself and found that there is no 3128 port open after that
and ps -A didnt show squid running copy after that.
df showed that disk is only 15% used. So there is no question of
disk being full..
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hope for your help.I am in a big doldrums.bye.
 
Old 10-12-2004, 05:18 AM   #2
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maybe the file is to big?

anyways, each file system has a set amount of directory, files, and maximum file size that it can support

if you are using a modern file system (reiserfs, xfs, jfs) then for most uses, you'll never get that "file to big" crap

if you are using older file systems (minix, fat/fat32, (ext2 is on the borderline, as modern computers are wanting more ***music, videos ...**** ), then you'll find the problem fat can only handle a file size of a few megabytes i think it was, minix/fat32 should be able to have around 64 mb files (or was that the max disk space?) ..

reiserfs and xfs can have huge file sizes, jfs (from stats a saw some time ago) has lower size limit, but its still high enough for most uses (certainly more then i have hard drive space)

so what fs are ya using? (and might want to switch a few years ago if you dare say fat/fat32/minix
 
Old 10-12-2004, 12:47 PM   #3
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Oh! I think I missed few informations. Thnxs.
But I have not completely old system-installed in 2001 with RedHat Linux 7.0
 
  


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