[squid-users] Upgrade from 3.1 to 3.3

Eliezer Croitoru eliezer at ngtech.co.il
Wed Oct 28 09:55:58 UTC 2015

I didn't updated this wiki but the current stable is 3.5.9 for CentOS 7 
and CentOS 6.

For now I am testing 3.5.10 and it seems to work fine else then couple 
specific bugs.

In any case I decided that 3.4.14 will have a release also and I expect 
it to be ready as the free time gives me.


On 28/10/2015 01:44, Amos Jeffries wrote:
> On 28/10/2015 11:56 a.m., Ricardo.Samaniego wrote:
>> Thanks.
>> My problem is the same described in the following link:
>> https://access.redhat.com/solutions/103313
>> I can't access a Sharepoint web page using internet explorer it keeps saying "Unable to Login", for example with Chrome I don’t have this issue but IE is the browser I need to use. My proxy service, whitelist, etc., works with no problem.
>> I took the example of that bulletin so I decided 3.3. I guess higher versions should have that issue fixed.
> Ah. Well if you are wanting to keep RHEL support and okay with moving to
> RHEL 6 or 7, the Squid 3.3 packages in one of those should be fixed
> versions IIRC.
> The process to upgrade is then the usual RHEL process. Along with the
> manual squid.conf checking afterwards just to be sure.
> NP: From recent talks with the RHEL maintainer they are going to provide
> squid-3.5 backport packages soon'ish. Though I'm not clear on exactly
> what RHEL versions that would be for yet, or the ETA.
> Or if you want to move to what RHEL describe there as "the community
> version". You can find those packages through:
>   <http://wiki.squid-cache.org/KnowledgeBase/RedHat>
> (bugs in the installer and packaging are supported by Eliezer, bugs in
> the run-time programs by us here).
> Amos
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