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SubjectRe: 2.4.20-aa and LARGE Squid process -> SIGSEGV
* Reuben Farrelly <reuben-linux@reub.net>:

> No, squid is not br0ken in this fashion. If squid cannot be allocated
> enough memory by the system, it logs a message and _dies_. Relevant files
> to look at in your squid source are squid/lib/util.c for xcalloc() and
> xmalloc().

Why can't squid allocate more than 1GB on a system with 2GB RAM?

> Aside from this, if squid ever does get to the point of swapping, it is
> misconfigured and your performance has just gone to hell anyway... (see
> the FAQ at www.squid-cache.org)

It's not swapping. That's the whole point. We have 2GB and can use at
most 1GB for Squid.

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