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Old 04-21-2003, 11:40 AM   #1
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este error me lo ha dado en instalaciones limpias de redhat 7.3 (rpm dist ), mandrake 8.28(rpm dist) y slackware (esta vez instalando squid desde los src compilando)

tal y como viene en las faqs de squid me pasa el error "error no running copy". En xconsole me dice squid murio pero el susbsistema esta trabado"
cada vez que ejecuto /etc/init.d/squid start me dice que inicia pero en relidad no funciona.
porque cuando hago /etc/init.d/squid status me enseña una linea
diciendo qie el pid XXX esta corriendo (una por cada vez que he escrito squid start) para a continuacion decirme ... no running copy.

he seguido los pasos que vienen en el manual de squid

" 11.43 squid: ERROR: no running copy
You may get this message when you run commands like squid -krotate.

This error message usually means that the squid.pid file is missing. Since the PID file is normally present when squid is running, the absence of the PID file usually means Squid is not running. If you accidentally delete the PID file, Squid will continue running, and you won't be able to send it any signals.

If you accidentally removed the PID file, there are two ways to get it back.

run ps and find the Squid process id. You'll probably see two processes, like this:
bender-wessels % ps ax | grep squid
83617 ?? Ss 0:00.00 squid -s
83619 ?? S 0:00.48 (squid) -s (squid)

You want the second process id, 83619 in this case. Create the PID file and put the process id number there. For example:
echo 83619 > /usr/local/squid/logs/squid.pid

Use the above technique to find the Squid process id. Send the process a HUP signal, which is the same as squid -kreconfigure:
kill -HUP 83619

The reconfigure process creates a new PID file automatically. "

pero me pasa lo siguiente:

1º /no existe el directorio /usr/local/squid/logs

2º he creado el direcrotio y he hecho el echo xxx > /var/run/squid/squid pid
pero tampoco funciona

3º he editado squid.conf y he añadido esta linea

TAG: pid_filename
# A filename to write the process-id to. To disable, enter "none".
#
pid_filename /var/run/squid/squid.pid

pero tampoco funciona

4º tambien he probado , como he visto en un foro a borrar el archivo /var/lock/subsys/squid
pero todo sigue sin funcionar


ESTOY DESESPERado no entiendo que en tres instalaciones limpias me pase lo mismo con squid
le pasa a todo el mundo?

por favor ruego ayuda encarecidamente

gracias por adelantado
 
Old 04-21-2003, 11:54 AM   #2
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