Caching the Web, Part 2

This month Mr. Guerrero tells us about the definitive proxy-cache server, Squid.
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Waiting for a reply :-), Endora.

Squid file Descriptor problem

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Hi David. I m having some problem with squid my squid log displays following warning.
WARNING! Your cache is running out of file descriptors.

What will be the solution for this any suggestion.

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