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From Dean Gaudet <>
Subject Re: Dean's performance document
Date Tue, 16 Sep 1997 03:31:05 GMT
HTTP/1.1 clients can cache negotiated documents ... but I'm not sure if
you're referring to the sort of "fake" negotiation that we can do when
using multiviews to serve a single document where the extension isn't
predetermined?  If so CacheNegotiatedDocs should be set in that case yup. 
Otherwise yeah negotiation sucks with 1.0 clients.  There's also


On Sun, 14 Sep 1997, Rodent of Unusual Size wrote:

>     It just occurred to me that it might be worthwhile to recommend that
>     documents that are subject to negociation be kept as small as
>     possible, since they'll be hitting the wire repeatedly unlike cached
>     ones.  It'll increase the hash tables for the caches, but so what?
>     The consumable to be protected is usually the bandwidth..
>     Is that a good idea or am I off base, O Performance Freak?
>     #ken    P-)}

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