[squid-users] assertion failed: client_side.cc:1515: "connIsUsable(http->getConn())
johnzeng2013 at yahoo.com
Fri Mar 20 01:54:52 UTC 2015
i used 3.5.2 just now , i worried 3.5.3 isn't
very stable too ,
i use 2.7stable 9 ago , and you ?
if version is 3.xxx , which version is stablest
until now .
于 2015年03月20日 08:07, Dan Charlesworth 写道:
> Well I got 3.5.2 into production for a few hours and Bad Things happened:
> *1) A hefty performance hit*
> Load average was maybe a tad higher but CPU. memory and I/O were about
> the same. However the system seemed to top out at around 40 requests
> per second (on a client that usually hits 100—150 rps) and squid
> became very slow to respond to squidclient requests:
> [root at proxy-LS5 ~]# time squidclient -p 8080 mgr:utilization | grep
> client_http.requests = 40.965955/sec
> client_http.requests = 41.168528/sec
> client_http.requests = 42.111847/sec
> client_http.requests = 166646
> *2) Lots of Segment Violations*
> These obviously suck. Backtrace attached.
> Just cannot win. Is it possible these two issues are due to the patch
> for #4206?
>> On 16 Mar 2015, at 6:18 pm, Amos Jeffries <squid3 at treenet.co.nz
>> <mailto:squid3 at treenet.co.nz>> wrote:
>> On 16/03/2015 7:16 p.m., Dan Charlesworth wrote:
>>> Hey again Amos -
>>> Unfortunately the patch for #4206 won’t apply to squid-3.4.12. I was
>>> going to try creating a new one but couldn’t find an equivalent line
>>> in client_side.cc for that version.
>>> I guess the #4206 issue doesn’t apply to v3.4.x after all?
>> Correct. Oh well.
>>> [Not a C programmer]
>>> Thanks for your time today.
>>> P.S. I'd love to upgrade to v3.5 but I'm waiting for somebody
>>> smarter than me to take the lead on a CentOS 6 RPM SPEC file.
>> Eliezer to the rescue ;-)
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