high_page_fault_warning

high_page_fault_warning

If you provide a nonzero value for this directive, Squid periodically checks the process page fault rate. Page faults generally occur when the Squid process doesn't fit entirely in memory. A moderate number of page faults can significantly degrade performance. If the one-minute average rate (page faults per second) exceeds this threshold, Squid prints a warning message in cache.log.

Syntax

high_page_fault_warning number

Default

high_page_fault_warning 0

Example

high_page_fault_warning 5

Related

high_response_time_warning, high_memory_warning



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