[squid-users] Fw: [Bug 4977] stmem.cc:98: "lowestOffset () <= target_offset" assertion when adapting Content-Range value
Matus UHLAR - fantomas
uhlar at fantomas.sk
Wed Oct 2 14:50:04 UTC 2019
On 02.10.19 16:22, Matus UHLAR - fantomas wrote:
>related to http://bugs.squid-cache.org/show_bug.cgi?id=4977
> (In reply to Matus UHLAR - fantomas from comment #12)
> > We notice the same problem after few minutes running squid 4.6 (debian 10,
> > x86_64):
> > 2019/10/02 05:00:53 kid1| assertion failed: stmem.cc:98: "lowestOffset () <=
> > target_offset"
> (In reply to Matus UHLAR - fantomas from comment #14)
> > I would like to note that we have no SSL support and no header modification
> > besides "forwarded_for delete"
> This bug report was about adaptation (or, more precisely, new adapted message
> creation) triggering the above assertion. It sounds like your environment is
> very different -- no new messages are created. The bug may or may not be the
> same, of course.
> Can you reproduce the bug with specific message(s), on demand?
>I could try to reproduce by using newer squid, hoping the customer won't get
>very angry. I would need some hints on what more to watch for and what more
>to log. (debug options probably)
OK, now I've got 1.7G pcap, 2.8M access.log (22k requests) and cache.log
saying when did the problem appear.
Any idea what to search for?
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