Squid store.log

Information and status of [not] stored objects


Timestamp Tag Code Date LM Expire Content Expect/Length Methode Key
The time this entry was logged. (millisecond resolution since 00:00:00 UTC, January 1, 1970)
SWAPIN (swapped into memory from disk), SWAPOUT (saved to disk) or RELEASE (removed from cache)
The HTTP reply code when available. For ICP requests this is always "0". If the reply code was not given, it will be logged as "555."
The following three fields are timestamps parsed from the HTTP reply headers. All are expressed in Unix time (i.e.(seconds since 00:00:00 UTC, January 1, 1970). A missing header is represented with -2 and an unparsable header is represented as -1.
Time from the HTTP Date reply header. If the Date header is missing or invalid, the time of the request is used instead.
The value of the HTTP Last-Modified: reply header.
The value of the HTTP Expires: reply header.
The HTTP Content-Type reply header.
The value of the HTTP Content-Length reply header. Zero if Content-Length was missing.
The number of bytes of content actually read. If the Expect is non-zero, and not equal to the Length, the object will be released from the cache.
The request method (GET, POST, etc).
The cache key. Often this is simply the URL. Cache objects which never become public will have cache keys that include a unique integer sequence number, the request method, and then the URL.
( /[post|put|head|connect]/URI )

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