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error "cache_cf.cc (346) squid.conf:700 unrecognized 'broken_vary_encoding"" when trying to run squid

Posted on 2011-09-18
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hi i just installed squid.

I am trying to start it, but i get this error
cache_cf.cc (346) squid.conf:700 unrecognized 'broken_vary_encoding'

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does anyone knows how to solve this? its an emergeny please help
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line 700 in /etc/squid/squid.conf references a directive that is not recognized.
Did you modify anything on that set of lines?

acl apache rep_header Server ^Apache
broken_vary_encoding allow apache
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by:cismoney
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actually i installed a new version of squid and i tried to use an old configuration file. i just found out , and now it works
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