[squid-users] rollback squid

Alex Samad alex at samad.com.au
Thu Dec 3 03:44:25 UTC 2015


Okay done

is a VM on a single VMDK..
10G nics (virtual and physical)

On 3 December 2015 at 14:27, Amos Jeffries <squid3 at treenet.co.nz> wrote:
> On 3/12/2015 9:18 a.m., Alex Samad wrote:
>> Discard you mean delete .. the cache directories
> Yes, and redo the squid -z process to partition new one(s).
>> if so
>> I currently have 3 directories, is this an opportunity to consolidate
>> down to 1 directory is that better ?
> Another tricky question with "it depends" as the answer.
> If you have a fast (Gbit) network and want lowest latency possible,
> removing cache_dir entirely is best. But you will pay for latency gains
> in bandwidth from the lower HIT ratio.
> If the cache_dir are of UFS/AUFS/diskd type and on the same HDD. Then
> there will definitely be speed gains from removing 2 of them. If they
> are on different HDD disk/spindles then you only gain if the removed
> ones have slow RPM speeds, commonly have errors, or are in use a lot by
> other processes.
> Amos

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