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Squid warning: squidaio_queue_request: WARNING - Queue congestion??!!??

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How do i to resolve this warning message?:

 squidaio_queue_request: WARNING - Queue congestion

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See the following thread to determine how many requests per second your setup sees.
http://squid-web-proxy-cache.1019090.n4.nabble.com/squidaio-queue-request-WARNING-Queue-congestion-td1036038.html

If you are inclined, you could modify and recompile squid with higher thread threshold.
http://markmail.org/message/fvfwpg25p5hqstxi 
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It's possible modify thread threshold without recompile?
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You could configure two processes and then use iptables to loadbalance the requests across the two process.  Your setup may have reached its capacity.
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