Donncha O Caoimh wrote:
>> I restart Squid if there's something that's hogging the bandwidth..
> Kills everything of course, but we don't have many users.
I think that it is possible to nuke individual connections, I saw
something explaining how it's done as an "extra" linked off squid's main
site. can't remember anything more than that unfortunately.
here I just have a little crontab that kills squid & restarts it every
hour, preventing it running away with itself & bombing out all & sundry.
some users complain of connections being refused but they're just users.
> > Hello all,
> > I was wondering if it is possible to view all the current connections
> > to a squid proxy server and then kill one if it is demed to be taking
> > up too much bandwidth.
> > Ok I could use netstat but I still cannot see how I can kill just one
> > connection and not all of them.
> > Thanks
> > AJ
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