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    * Add a 'cron' periodic restart script \\ \ Have a script wake up once in a while (say every day or every few hours), and forcibly stop both DansGuardian and Squid then start them again (Squid first, then DansGuardian) no matter what. This will ensure that there's a properly functioning DansGuardian most of the time even if the server is unattended. It may however dramatically inconvenience users by aborting their web connection once in a while.     * Add a 'cron' periodic restart script \\ \ Have a script wake up once in a while (say every day or every few hours), and forcibly stop both DansGuardian and Squid then start them again (Squid first, then DansGuardian) no matter what. This will ensure that there's a properly functioning DansGuardian most of the time even if the server is unattended. It may however dramatically inconvenience users by aborting their web connection once in a while.
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-If you're concerned with running DansGuardian under NetBSD/FreeBSD/OpenBSD, you may also be concerned with [[performance tuning]]. You may even be concerned with handling many many simultaneous users, something that's addressed by question Usage#11c of [[FAQ|the Wiki FAQ]]. +If you're concerned with running DansGuardian under NetBSD/FreeBSD/OpenBSD, you might also be concerned with [[performance tuning]]. You might even be concerned with increasing <color #351>maxchildren</color> to handle many many simultaneous users, something that's addressed by question Usage#11c of [[FAQ|the Wiki FAQ]].