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From Henning Schmiedehausen <>
Subject Re: nagoya using mod_cache for Eyebrowse...
Date Sun, 31 Oct 2004 10:30:01 GMT
Thanks, that is a really big improvement!

BTW: I tried reloading a page with different language settings and this
worked fine. 


On Sat, 2004-10-30 at 20:51, Justin Erenkrantz wrote:
> I'm feeling semi-confident enough in mod_cache's current status that I've 
> deployed a current httpd-2.1 CVS snapshot to nagoya and enabled mod_cache, 
> mod_disk_cache, and mod_expires for Eyebrowse.  I've set a one-hour expiration 
> for all resources under /eyebrowse.  (Eyebrowse is behind a ProxyPass to a 
> standalone Tomcat instance, so this also tests the new proxy code.)
> To my knowledge, this is the first time we've eaten our own cache food. 
> Needless to say, the ViewLists page (<>) 
> returns *really* fast now.  ;-)  Without the cache, it takes roughly 20 
> seconds to return the resource.  With the cache active, it takes less than 1 
> second.  (And, my network's mandatory transparent proxy is now also caching 
> the representations, too: which makes my testing all the more fun.)
> If all goes well with this deployment, during ApacheCon in two weeks, I'd like 
> to propose moving mod_cache out of experimental as one of the last steps 
> before starting towards a 2.2 release cycle.  -- justin
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