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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 43826] - Standards violation: POST does not invalidate the cache
Date Tue, 08 Jan 2008 13:03:37 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From jergendutch@gmail.com  2008-01-08 05:03 -------
The reason why I reported this is that it would make it *trivial* for users of
Apache reverse proxied cache setups to invalidate items in their cache.

Rather than relying on a low ttl for every document and linked pages being
purged from the cache at different times, fixing Apache to meet the
standards-mandated behaviour would give it quite an advantage: everything could
have a high ttl and only those documents which were updated would need to be
purged - and when the purge happened, it would be instant. Marvellous :)

(Writing the code to fit it in with your cms would be a doddle too)

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