on 02/12/02 10:49 PM, Elmota Abdul Ayyash ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:

> i had this problem when my pages were cached when I wanted them to be
> refreshed, so I went deep in it and included all the recomended headers
> by the manual, and it worked fine.. I also tried on a clean version, by
> emptying up the browser cache and temp files on my client machine...
> until one page came from nowhere, an old old version! now my question
> is, where did that page come from? are these pages cached anywhere on
> the SERVER? I have an account on an APACHE server, and I dont know
> where to look for temporary files, if any get cached...

It could be any proxy server between the client and the server, plus any
proxies ON the server... this would include the user's local machine, their
local network, their ISP, and any ISP/server in between the client and the
server (do a traceroute), althoguh in this case it sounds like you're
talking about a LAN.

I don't *think* Apache caches anything by itself.

Of course changing the filename will ensure you aren't using a cached copy

Justin French
Web Development & 
Graphic Design

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