Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 165948
Squid should not be built with --enable-truncate
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:11 EST
As per this bug report on the squid-cache.org website:
we should not be building squid with --enable-truncate
It seems that the chance of a problem with this is slight, but we should be
guided by the developers opinions on what is a sensible configure option.
This issue was opened for the new, featured version (3.0), but in Fedora we have
the old one, stable version (2.5). Please reopen it if doesn't work for the
I asked about this - refer the bug report above again - the comment about using
truncate is relevant for squid-2.5 and squid-3.0.
(Apparently the disk I/O, even if refactored, is pratically identical between
Squid 2.5 and Squid 3.0.)