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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 14364] - Mod_cache doesn't mod_cache doesn't handle properly Transfer-Encoding: chunked directive
Date Mon, 18 Nov 2002 22:05:03 GMT
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Mod_cache doesn't mod_cache doesn't handle properly Transfer-Encoding: chunked directive

rederpj@remulak.net changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
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             Status|NEW                         |RESOLVED
         Resolution|                            |FIXED



------- Additional Comments From rederpj@remulak.net  2002-11-18 22:05 -------
There are two parts to answering this PR. The first is that Estrade Matthieu and
Brian Pane recently committed a fix to remove headers that shouldn't be cached.
Transfer-encoding is one of those headers, so that fix is available in the HEAD
of the CVS library and will be available in a future release of Apache.

The second part of the answer is that there are a variety of reasons why
content-length may get removed. Your configuration needs to be set up to handle
that. One way to handle it would be to set CacheMaxStreamingBuffer to a value
very near CacheMaxFileSize. Another way would be to try and limit the number of
things that cause content-length to be removed from cachable files. You can do
things like make sure those files aren't unnecessarily run through mod_include.

Those two things should fix the problem you have encountered so I am marking
this as fixed.

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