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Re: Problem with postgresql packages for Etch backports?



Ian Turner wrote:
> I did this, but still had problems; this appears to have been a problem with 
> the local apt cache, because removing /var/lib/apt/lists/www.backports.org_* 
> did the trick nicely.
I've seen this with web caching, until I better configured squid:

acl no_cache_urls url_regex ^http://security\.debian\.org/dists
acl no_cache_urls url_regex ^http://http\.us\.debian\.org/.*/Index$
acl no_cache_urls url_regex ^http://http\.us\.debian\.org/.*Release\.gpg$
acl no_cache_urls url_regex ^http://http\.us\.debian\.org/.*Release$
cache deny no_cache_urls
refresh_pattern ^http://http\.us\.debian\.org/.*deb$ 0 80% 2592000
refresh_pattern ^http://security\.debian\.org/.*deb$ 0 80% 2592000
refresh_pattern ^http://www\.backports\.org/.*deb$   0 80% 2592000
refresh_pattern ^http://archive\.debian\.org/        0 80% 43200
refresh_pattern ^http://security\.debian\.org/       0 20% 1440
refresh_pattern ^http://http\.us\.debian\.org/       0 20% 1440
refresh_pattern ^http://www\.backports\.org/         0 20% 1440

I don't know why this is needed (running squid 3.0.PRE5-5+etch1, haven't
upgraded that machine yet)

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