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Old 03-15-2006, 10:10 AM   #1
PirateJack
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how to get squid to stop logging TCP_DENIED entries


Hi
I'm running squid-2.5.STABLE7 on rh9. It uses samba and kerberos to transparently authenticate users using their windows logon credentials.

Trouble is, when a user access the web, it first seems to try to access without authenticating, so you get a TCP_DENIED entry in the log for every request. After this it must send the user credentials and access is granted.

Basically the TCP_DENIED entries are a waste as the acl states all access is granted for authenticated users, and all other access denied, so I need to either stop it initially trying to access the proxy without authentication or to stop squid writing TCP_DENIED entries to the access.log.

Any ideas?

Hope that made sense..
 
  


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