Squid Version 3.0.STABLE10
Server is a VM with 1 CPU and 2 GB of RAM allocated.
During working hours, the CPU on the server peaks at 100% for a minute or two about once an hour. When this happens, all web surfing comes to a half. Using top, squid is the top process. I cannot tell why it maxes out the CPU several times per day. Is it flushing to cache? Any tips on solving this?
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