Squid3-dev and SquidGuard Doesn't start and reboot
Visseroth last edited by
Anyone else running into an issue where Squid3-dev and SquidGuard won't start back up on reboot.
The only way I've managed to get it to come back up is to have SquidGuard re-download the blacklist package and then apply and everything fires right back up.
Thoughts? Ideas? Any idea where I should look and see why?
S. Kirschner last edited by
I´ve the same issue but an untested idea is available ;) .
You could create a cron job that automaticly download the latest version of the blacklist when pfsense start.
Here https://forum.pfsense.org/index.php?topic=35479.0 you could see what the cron job should do.
Please report if these solved your issue.
Someone else had something similar and I don't remember the exact fix but it had something to do with creating a whitelist and adding a single domain to it or something like that. Rad up on some of the other posts about Squid not starting.
I have that issue, it is because the black list is saved in the tmp directory and after a restart it is removed.
it is because the black list is saved in the tmp directory and after a restart it is removed.
You're using an appliance like an ALIX? squidGuard isn't officially supported on those devices IIRC for exactly that reason.
I know it is not supported for apu1d4 but why can't there be an option to set where the blacklist is located rather than the tmp?
doktornotor Banned last edited by
Get an SSD and do a full install?
Did a full install on a msata ssd
Using the full install image and not the nanobsd one?
I did a full install from a usb stick (apu1d4 does not have a cd drive ) using "Live CD with installer (on usb memstick)".