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8 Responses

  1. Gayatri says:

    Can you tell me where is the default.vcl located after installation?

  2. TEst says:

    How do I delete it. I want to remove

    • Aaron Kili says:

      Removing a package installed from source is a little of a challenge, because the system package manager normally doesn’t recognize it(as in keeping track of all its files and documentation etc..).

      But you can try commands like:
      $sudo make uninstall #if you still have the compilation directory

      Or use find together with rm command(to locate and remove all package files), see the receptive man pages for more information.

  3. Việt Hùng says:

    Hello. Please help me.

    [[email protected] varnish-5.1.2]# /usr/local/sbin/varnishd -a :80 -b
    Error: Could not get socket :80: Address already in use
    (-? gives usage)

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