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Posted on 2001-06-19
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RedHat7.1  kernel 2.4.5

Squid was working OK till I rebooted and it did not restart.

/etc/init.d/squid start     (results with a squid -D PID that dies shortly) but squid never starts as user squid.

Tried to remove rpm but cannot.

Don't know what to do unless I download tarball and compile it myself and try that.

Suggestions welcome.
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Try deleting the cache directory and recreate it (where squid stores its cache).

Good Luck,

Tarik
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Not the answer, but you did respond. I was having a DNS problem.
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try running squid manually from the command line.  This should give you some insight as to why it is dying.  You can also check /var/log/messages for clues.  Let us know what you find.
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sorry, I didn't mean to post after the fact :)
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