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Re: [ok-mail] [K12OSN] weird squidguard problem



I've never had to worry about sort order before. I don't think this is an issue.

I think the -C switch will do what you want while running squid. It rebuilds the databases (If I remember right, I don't have access to the machine right now)>

>>> John Hansknecht <jhansknecht hanstech com> 04/06/05 6:09 AM >>>
On Tuesday 05 April 2005 19:39, Ascension Tech wrote:
> I can't for the life of me figure this one out.  I'm trying to add
> sites to be blocked.  I've tried adding them to the local-block domain
> and url files but they won't block. Other sites in the lists block,
> just not the two that I've added. I've restarted the squidguard and
> httpd services and the permissions are OK.  What the heck am I doing
> wrong?

Hi Peter,

OK, for what it is worth I can't find in comment on this on the squidguard 
site. But my memory is that the domain and url lists have to be in 
alphabetical order. I always sort the local-block lists after I add new 
records.

sort <infile> -o <outfile>

Thanks,

John

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