Akhirnya proxy ane jalan…
setelah berpasrah diri , muter-muter nyari jalan ,akhirnya jadi,
dibawah ini kutipan yg ane coba :
Some versions of GCC (notably 2.95.1 through 2.95.4 at least) have bugs with compiler optimization. These GCC bugs may cause NULL pointer accesses in Squid, resulting in a “FATAL: Received Segment Violation…dying” message and a core dump.
You can work around these GCC bugs by disabling compiler optimization. The best way to do that is start with a clean source tree and set the CC options specifically:
% cd squid-x.y % make distclean % setenv CFLAGS='-g -Wall' % ./configure ...
To check that you did it right, you can search for AC_CFLAGS in src/Makefile:
% grep AC_CFLAGS src/Makefile AC_CFLAGS = -g -Wall
Now when you recompile, GCC won’t try to optimize anything:
% make Making all in lib... gcc -g -Wall -I../include -I../include -c rfc1123.c ...etc...
NOTE: some people worry that disabling compiler optimization will negatively impact Squid’s performance. The impact should be negligible, unless your cache is really busy and already runs at a high CPU usage. For most people, the compiler optimization makes little or no difference at all.
pas pada perintah “setenv” perintah ini ngk bisa ,
langsung ane ganti jadi export, entah sama atau ngk, yg pasti setelah di export variable CFLAGS hasilnya squid ane jalan tanpa ada receive fatal segment 🙂 tinggal monitoringnya lagi di fedora >>>>