Name

quick_abort_min

Synopsis

This directive controls Squid’s behavior for requests aborted by the user. In some cases, Squid continues reading data from the origin server so that future requests may be satisfied as cache hits. If Squid knows that the transfer (between itself and the origin server) has no more than this many bytes remaining, it continues receiving the object. Otherwise, Squid checks the quick_abort_max setting next.

Syntax

quick_abort_min size-specification

Default

quick_abort_min 16 KB

Example

quick_abort_min 50 KB

Related

quick_abort_max, quick_abort_pct

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