running squid on diff port breaks videocache

by landysaccount on 18 Feb 2010


Today I noticed that I was getting a log of download errors and realized that yesterday I had change squid to run on a different port, 3138, I changed videocache.conf' proxy to ip:3138 to see if it fixed the problem but it didn't.

So, videocache doesn't like squid to run on a different port other than 3128?

1 Answers

by Kulbir Saini on 18 Feb 2010


The problem is not with videocache. Videocache doesn't care on which port squid listens. We have a setup here in which squid is listening on port 8080. You need to restart squid and videocache service after you make changes to videocache.conf file.

Thank You!

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