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Subject cvs commit: httpd-2.0 STATUS
Date Thu, 15 May 2003 18:11:14 GMT
stoddard    2003/05/15 11:11:14

  Modified:    .        STATUS
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  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.765     +21 -2     httpd-2.0/STATUS
  Index: STATUS
  RCS file: /home/cvs/httpd-2.0/STATUS,v
  retrieving revision 1.764
  retrieving revision 1.765
  diff -u -r1.764 -r1.765
  --- STATUS	15 May 2003 14:03:19 -0000	1.764
  +++ STATUS	15 May 2003 18:11:14 -0000	1.765
  @@ -28,8 +28,27 @@
       * Promote mod_cache from experimental to non-experimental
         status (keep issues noted below in EXPERIMENTAL MODULES as
         items to be addressed as a supported module).
  -      +1: jim, stoddard, bnicholes
  +      +1: jim, bnicholes
         -0: jerenkrantz
  +      -1: stoddard
  +          There are a couple of problems that need to be resolved
  +      before this module is moved out of experimental. 
  +      1) We need to at least review and comment on the RFC violations
  +      2) Resolve issue of how to cache page fragements (or perhaps -if- we
  +      want to cache page fragements). Today, mod_cache/mod_mem_cache
  +      will cache #include 'virtual' requests (but not #include 'file' 
  +      requests). This was accomplished by making CACHE_IN a
  +      CONTENT_SET-1 filter to force it to run before the SUBREQ_CORE
  +      filter.  But now responses cannot be cached that include the
  +      effects of having been run through CONTENT_SET filters
  +      (mod_deflate, mod_expires, etc).  We could rerun all the
  +      CONTENT_SET filters on the cached response, but this will not
  +      work in all cases. For example, mod_expires relies on installing
  +      the EXPIRATION filter during fixups. Contents served out of
  +      mod_cache (out of the quick_handler) bypass -all- the request
  +      line server hooks (Ryan really hated this. It is great for
  +      performance, but bad because of the complications listed above).
         jerenkrantz: There are a slew of RFC compliance bugs filed in Bugzilla
                      for mod_cache (see 'RFC 2616 violations' below).  I think

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