raggamuffin last edited by
Been using PFSense since beta 3, and it's been holding out much better than ipcop or smoothwall. Got one question, though - hope someone can help. I'd like to run a pretty solid proxy server on the box, as I used to in smoothwall. I've installed the squid package and got it started up as a transparent proxy. What I'm missing, though, is logging - I've ticked the 'enable logs' box, but when I enter the 'package logs' section (which is where I presume they show up), it says "No packages with logging facilities are currently installed." Am I missing something here? I've tried reinstalls, reboots etc. I'm running release 1.0 (since this morning), and squid 0.6. Any help appreciated!
wyckedone last edited by
I'm having the same issue (no logs). I don't have any errors and in Services it is showing squid running. Is there somewhere else I should be looking in order to see if squid is working properly (i.e. what and how much is getting cached)?
I'm running pfSense snapshot 1-13-2007 with squid package p15. I have tried removing/reinstalling the package as well as removing/replacing the check mark for logging.
Justinw last edited by
the best place to find the logs and view these stats is under /var/squid/logs/access.log and cache.log, the later being the more helpful of the two. If you view it in vi you can use shift G to jump to the end of the file where the most recent entries are.