[squid-users] Refresh ACL list only
yvoinov at gmail.com
Tue Mar 17 19:48:25 UTC 2015
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I'm already scored ufdbguard.
It reconfigures momentary, without squid interruption.
With arbitrarily complex ACL's.
18.03.15 1:13, Marcus Kool пишет:
> On 03/17/2015 02:59 PM, Samuel Anderson wrote:
>> Unfortunately thats not really an option for me. I've already
>> built everything just using squid. It works great and does
>> everything I need it to do with the exception of refreshing the
>> ACL lists. I just need to find a way to refresh those single
>> lists without disrupting Internet traffic to the users. If anyone
>> knows how to do this I would greatly appreciate it.
> I understand that you are looking into the haproxy reconfig where
> the load balancing is temporarily switched off and the following
> states exist:
> 1 load balance using squid1 and squid2 2 load balancer: use
> squid1 only for new connections and wait up to a few hours until
> all existing connections through squid2 terminate 3 squid2: squid
> -k reconfigure and wait 35 seconds 4 load balancer: use squid2
> only for new connections and wait up to a few hours until all
> existing connections through squid1 terminate 5 squid1: squid -k
> reconfigure and wait 35 seconds 6 load balance using squid1 and
> If the waiting in state 2 and state 4 takes too long, you might
> want to consider ufdbGuard. It not only does a reconfigure in a few
> seconds, it also does it independently of Squid and does not
> interrupt service at all since it has a configuration option to
> respond with 'allow all' during a reconfiguration.
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