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Offline CBRom

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in my company I have put in production a proxy/filtering solution based on pfSense 2.2.3 for 140 users with this architecture:

VM configured with 2 vCPU, 8 GB RAM and 20 GB virtual disk;
installed packages Squid3, Lightsquid, E2guardian, Suricata, pfBlockerNG.

Everything works very well and the performance is good, but I have two problems that worries me because still I have not managed to solve.

The first is that after some time of use, the disk fills up mainly due to the growth without limit of these files:

/var/log/c-icap/access.log (that actually does not contain useful data)
/var/log/e2guardian/access.log (that despite the setting even records the traffic allowed and not only blocked sites as I would)

Given that I was unable to find the right solution in this forum, I ask a help to know if there is a way for rotate and delete these files, so that that I do not have to worry about it.

the second thing that puzzles me is that the free memory rapidly decreases below the threshold of 10%, though the memory usage showed in the dashboard usually does not exceed the 18%.

I originally configured the machine with 4 GB RAM, that I had estimated to be enough, but in this configuration after a few weeks
I noticed a swap usage despite a memory usage of 50%, so I had to reconfigure the VM to 8 GB RAM.

I thank in advance all those who will have the patience to read my post and who can help me.

Best Regards.

« Last Edit: July 19, 2016, 05:37:55 am by CBRom »