[squid-users] squid sibling peers and digest requests
squid3 at treenet.co.nz
Thu Dec 29 07:15:13 UTC 2016
On 2016-12-29 16:03, Ivan Larionov wrote:
> I'm trying to setup multiple squids as siblings with a parent which is
> not even a squid.
> But I'm getting following message in logs:
> temporary disabling (Bad Gateway) digest from 172.22.15.88
> temporary disabling (Bad Gateway) digest from …
> Squid 3.5.23, compiled with "--enable-cache-digests".
> For parent I'm setting no-digest, but I'd like to get digests between
> siblings. However, it doesn't work and I probably found a reason after
> reading debug logs:
> This is how squid does store_digest request from a sibling peer:
> GET http://172.22.15.88:3128/squid-internal-periodic/store_digest 
> Accept: application/cache-digest
> Accept: text/html
> X-Forwarded-For: unknown
> Host: 172.22.15.88:3128 
> Cache-Control: max-age=259200
> Connection: keep-alive
> Response (if I execute this request manually from telnet):
> HTTP/1.1 502 Bad Gateway
> This request has been forwarded to a parent and parent returned 502!
Are you sure about that forwarding?
Its not being generated by the sibling?
> Now if I manually do the same request with a relative URL:
> GET /squid-internal-periodic/store_digest HTTP/1.1
> HTTP/1.1 200 Cache Digest OK
> My setup:
> Multiple squids as siblings, one parent (not a squid).
> Peers configuration:
> # Other squids
> cache_peer 172.22.15.88 sibling 3128 4827 htcp
> cache_peer … sibling 3128 4827 htcp
> acl siblings src 172.22.15.88/32 
> acl siblings src …/32
> miss_access deny siblings
> # Parent
> cache_peer 127.0.0.1 parent 18070 0 no-query no-digest name=NAME
> cache_peer_access NAME deny some_acl
> Anyone else seen similar issue? Do you have an example of working
> configuration with multiple siblings and enabled digests?
The default config usually just works.
Do you have "global_internal_static off" in your squid.conf?
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