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Done Building dependency tree Reading state information...Done The following packages were automatically installed and are no longer required: libfontenc1 libtcl8.6 libtk8.6 libxaw7 libxcb-shape0 libxcomposite1 libxft2 libxi6 libxmu6 libxss1 libxt6 libxtst6 libxv1 libxxf86dga1 tcl-expect tcl8.6 tk8.6 x11-utils xbitmaps xterm Use 'sudo apt autoremove' to remove them.A definitive statement, whether an object resides on your disks is only possible after analyzing the file may be of interest to log file analysis which looks into the objects on your disks and the time they spend there, or how many times a hot object was accessed.The latter may be covered by another log file, too.Squid uses almost all codes except 416 (Request Range Not Satisfiable).Extra codes used in the Squid logs (but not live traffic) include 000 for a result code being unavailable, and 600 to signal an invalid header, a proxy error.This includes cases such as a full log disk, or logfiles getting too big.When logging debug information into it can easily become extremely large and when a long traffic history is required (ie by law in some countries) storing large for that time is not reasonable. For long term evaluations, the log file should be obtained at regular intervals.
The time stamps logged into the log files are usually UTC seconds unless stated otherwise.
That way, your log files are more controllable and self-maintained by your system Squid does not impose a size limit on its log files.
Some operating systems have a maximum file size limit, however.
[email protected]:~# apt-get --fix-missing E: Command line option --fix-missing is not understood in combination with the other options [email protected]:~# apt-get install webmin --fix-missing Reading package lists...
The logs are a valuable source of information about Squid workloads and performance. Some have to be explicitly activated during compile time, others can safely be deactivated during run-time.