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tina_gora 05-03-2001 08:33 AM

Thanks a lot Guys!!! for reading this... But, this was an already reported bug. Found the solution at itself. Downloaded the latest Squid 2.4-STABLE1 and the problem is resolved.


I have installed Squid-cache on a different mount point on which linux is installed. Earlier mentioned permission problem is solved now.. Now on running it, I am getting

|Rebuilding storage in /backup/usr/local/squid/cache(DIRTY)
|Using least load store dir selection
|Set current directory to /backup/usr/local/squid/cache
Floating point exception



[Edited by tina_gora on 05-14-2001 at 10:06 AM]

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