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From Brian Akins <bak...@web.turner.com>
Subject Re: [PATCH] mod_cache fixes: #8
Date Mon, 02 Aug 2004 13:21:48 GMT
Jeff Trawick wrote:

>Wouldn't assuming that the directory is already there be sufficient
>(and then create the directory structure on the error path)?  It looks
>to me that we only assume the directory structure exists if we had
>this very same file cached previously.
>
>  
>
In a low traffic site, yes.  In a very high traffic site, with lots of 
objects, the mkdir's kill you.  After a "while,"  most of the 
directories will be created.  However, bringing up a "fresh" server 
behind a very busy site is bad in this case.  Perhaps, what 
mod_disk_cache does now is best and the pre-make directories script 
should be "contrib."


Also, any thought son how to handle Vary?  I have a way to do it in our 
cache, but it seriously violates the RFC's.  There is a config directive 
that defines what aspects of the request are used to generate the MD5 
(virtual host, url, args, header values, environment values, etc.) and 
thats it.  Only useful when you know a lot about the content being 
served, which is the case for a reverse proxy usually.

-- 
Brian Akins
Senior Systems Engineer
CNN Internet Technologies


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