[squid-users] dead gateway, not dead peer..
bcook at poughkeepsieschools.org
Mon Jun 20 20:49:41 UTC 2016
On Mon, Jun 20, 2016 at 4:04 PM, Antony Stone <
Antony.Stone at squid.open.source.it> wrote:
> Please answer the following questions:
> 1. How many squid servers do you have (in this setup)?
I have three squid servers
> 2. What are their IP addresses?
172.16.0.30/20 - Oasis, 172.16.32.99/20 - Ogden, 172.16.12.194/20 -
> 3. How are they arranged (in some sort of hierarchy or peer arrangement)?
Sorrento is connection to one /29 gateway (primary), and Ogden is attached
to another /29 gateway (secondary)
> 4. Why do you have more than one squid server - what are you trying to
> by this?
Making changes to different squid setups, trying out different versions..
etc.. having more than one squid server gives more flexibility.. was
running all fedora machines and now I have a mixture of Debian and Arch.
the 'workers' in fedora seems to not work.. worked perfectly with Debian
> 5. What problem do you encounter that you're asking for help with?
When the Internet provider (gateway) goes down on Sorrento, I would like
somehow for the traffic to switch over to Ogden. But as squid has not
failed, I see no way for squid to detect that there is a problem with the
functionality on Sorrento.
> 6. Can you give us any other additional information which might help us to
> understand what you're dealing with and what's going on?
Planes would drop from the sky,
Society would tear itself apart
like an angry child with a napkin.
Man's primeval instinct
to survive at any cost,
would lead to terrible violence
This is what I'm dealing with ;)
> > Thanks for taking the time to read and comment.
> Thanks for taking the time to give us some more information :)
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