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From Bill Stoddard <b...@wstoddard.com>
Subject Re: mod_cache behaviour in Apache 2.0.44
Date Fri, 24 Jan 2003 17:16:50 GMT
CASTELLE Thomas wrote:

> One more question about mod_cache :
>  
> How does it handle conditionnal requests ? Because, in mod_cache.c, in 
> the cache_url_handler function, it checks if info->etag and 
> info->lastmods are set and, if not, make a nonconditionnal request to 
> the end server.
>  
> BUT, it seems that info->lastmods and info->etag are never set, 
> because they are not saved on the disk through this structure (see 
> mod_disk_cache's write_headers function), but they are saved as other 
> headers. So, my questions are :

mod_disk_cache has lots of problems and is still very much 
experimental.  Most of the development effort has been on mod_mem_cache.

Bill


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