It can, you will have to play a bit with the retry/restart mechanics after
changing and cleaning bereq.url.

On Dec 1, 2016 23:49, "Star Dot" <stardothost...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello!
>
> I am dealing with Varnish 4 piping requests to a backend server. The
> backend server processes the request and redirects to Amazon S3 to serve
> the actual file.
>
> So in short :
>
> Request -> Varnish -> Nginx 302 Redirect -> Amazon S3 file
>
> Varnish is happily caching the 302 response only, but I'm curious if I can
> somehow follow the redirect and cache the destination file completely? This
> will alleviate load off the nginx server obviously.
>
> I've seen several topics dance around this issue but I'm curious if
> osmeone can point me in the right direction!
>
> Thanks
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