[squid-users] Squid 3.5.7, cache_swap_high, bug or not bug ?

Stakres vdoctor at neuf.fr
Tue Aug 18 18:53:39 UTC 2015

Hi Amos,

New check, 30 sec ago, same server:
Store Directory #0 (aufs): /cachesdg/spool
FS Block Size 4096 Bytes
First level subdirectories: 16
Second level subdirectories: 256
Maximum Size: 67108864 KB
Current Size: 67045256.00 KB
*Percent Used: 99.91%*
Filemap bits in use: 7962720 of 8388608 (95%)
Filesystem Space in use: 65048176/575775620 KB (11%)
Filesystem Inodes in use: 7595323/36569088 (21%)
Removal policy: lru
LRU reference age: 1.08 days

cache_dir aufs /cachesdg/spool 65536 16 256 min-size=0 max-size=16384

Traffic is 700Mbps, the server is a 8 real cores (no virtual here), 64GB
Load is 3, CPU is 40%

So, the cache will be full in the 30 min... then, what ?
Do I must be ready to see the squid crashing ?

Please, check the squid code asap, thanks in advance.

Bye fred

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