3.9 Exercises

  • After compiling Squid, remove one or more of the .o files and run make again.

  • Use the ulimit or limits command to change the file descriptor limit to some small value before compiling Squid. Does ./configure obey or ignore your new limit?

  • Compile Squid with a high file-descriptor limit, then try to run it on a system with a lower limit. Does Squid use the lower or higher limit?

  • What happens if you mistype one of the enable options? What if you specify an invalid storage scheme with the enable-store-io option?

  • After compiling Squid, remove src/Makefile and try to compile it again. What's the easiest way to restore the file?

    Appendix A. Config File Reference
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