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mandrei99
Post  Post subject: How to clear and initialize squid cache  |  Posted: Thu Jan 08, 2015 5:29 am

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How to clear and initialize squid cache

Whenever squid cache directory gets too large that it no longer fits the filesystem designated to it, I usually stop squid, delete the whole cache, reinitialize squid cache and start squid.

man squid quote:
Quote:
-z Create missing swap directories and other missing cache_dir
structures, then exit. All cache_dir types create the con-
figured top-level directory if it is missing. Other actions
are type-specific. For example, ufs-based storage systems
create missing L1 and L2 directories while Rock creates the
missing database file.

This option does not enable validation of any present swap
structures. Its focus is on creation of missing pieces. If
nothing is missing, squid -z just exits. If you suspect
cache_dir corruption, you must delete the top-level
cache_dir directory before running squid -z.

By default, squid -z runs in daemon mode (so that configu-
ration macros and other SMP features work as expected). Use
-N option to overwrite this.


Code:
# service squid stop
# rm -rf /var/squid/cache
# squid -z
# service squid start


This can create unexpected behavior so please make sure you know what you need to do.





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