I‘m getting an error which read as follows under FreeBSD 7.2 server and Squid stable caching server:
WARNING! Your cache is running out of filedescriptors
How do I fix this problem and increase the number of system-wide available filedescriptors for FreeBSD server?
My Squid proxy server running on port 3128. Since this is frequently scanned by adversaries looking for proxy servers; I’ve changed port to 10000 and restart squid. But my squid is not working on port # 10000 it only works on port # 3128? How do I force Squid to listen on uncommon port under CentOS Linux v5.3?
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I’ve Squid Proxy server with over 100 Windows workstation. I see following error message in my cache.log file – “WARNING! Your cache is running out of filedescriptors”. Do I need to filter proxy server requests to avoid this problem? How do I fix this problem under CentOS / Fedora / RHEL / Debian Linux?
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