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Regarding Squid Proxy Sever Configuration

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I want to upgrade Redhat linux 9 from Redhat Linux 8, but when I start squid proxy at Redhat 9  after basic configuration it shows me the following error message and squid is not start at all, but in same configuration its working fine with Redhat 8. pls help

init_cache_dir /var/spool/squid...  /etc/init.d/squid : line 162
4472 Aborted
$SQUID -z -F -D>2/dev/null
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squid -z
means build cache structure. But it is probably already exists.
There are two ways:
1. comment out that line in /etc/init.d/squid
2. remove old cache.
I prefer first option.
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I had already tried to uncomment the line 162 but then squid proxy did not start and this fresh insatallation so remove old cache is not applicable,
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Could you send your /etc/init.d/squid script ?
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ok i will send it tomorrow
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it has been solved.
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