Tres Seaver wrote:
Bjorn Stabell wrote:
If you run Apache as a caching reverse proxy (caching surrogate server) then images will be served from Apache. Only the dynamic HTML pages are served from Zope, so having them fail without regards to sessions is relatively okay. Images and other static content are almost guaranteed to load correctly, and if they didn't, a straight reload from the client will not reload cached images.
Impatient clients often "force" reloads; I don't *think* Apache has a knob which allows a surrogate / acceloerator proxy to ignore the spec (which is written assuming "forward" proxies), and serve from cache anyway.
I think I did find some sort of knob for this
For Apache 2.0, mod_cache, dir. CacheIgnoreCacheControl could be used for this
For Apache 1.3 mod_proxy, dir. CacheMaxExpire could do http://httpd.apache.org/docs/mod/mod_proxy.html#cachemaxexpire
Cool. I didn't remember that, and haven't been using Apache for caching for some while now. Thanks for the correction!
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