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From Gavin Condon
On Sun, Mar 12, 2000 at 08:32:47PM +1100, Ross Slade wrote:

Squid is located on Bombadil in /usr/local/squid/*

In this case it's not so much that squid has stopped, but that one of it's peers has (dragon.net). You need to jump into /usr/local/squid/etc and point the squid.conf symbolic link (ln -s) to the correct config file. (either squid.conf.prefer-dragon or squid.conf.prefer-oze or oze only)

When the config file is pointing to the right spot you need to send a SIGHUP to the squid daemon to force it to reread the config...

ie.     kill -SIGHUP `cat /usr/local/squid/logs/squid.pid` (or killall -HUP squid)

PS:      Keep an eye on the proxy5.dragon.net.au link, and switch back when it comes back up..