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From dreamice <dreamice.ji...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Apache Cache configuration
Date Mon, 02 Mar 2009 11:55:47 GMT

Dear Graham,
Thanks for your reply.
Yes, I am using mem cache. When I test this case, I find that the client's
request is directly passed to the real server.
As I test the disk mode, there is also no data cached on my directory.
I dont know why.
Could any one come across with this case?
The reverse proxy mode.
Thanks

Graham Leggett wrote:
> 
> dreamice wrote:
> 
>> I configured the Apache cache mode by following the httpd document
>> sample.
>> My configure is:
>> 
>> <IfModule mod_cache.c>
>> <IfModule mod_mem_cache.c>
>> CacheEnable mem /
>> CacheRoot /home/alex/apache/logs
>> MCacheSize 4096
>> MCacheMaxObjectCount 1000
>> MCacheMinObjectSize 1
>> MCacheMaxObjectSize 2048
>> MCacheRemovalAlgorithm  "LRU"
>> </IfModule>
>> </IfModule>
>> 
>> Unfortunately, there is no cache in my system. And all the client
>> requests
>> are passed to the real server.
> 
> You're using the memory cache, so you're not going to find any cache on 
> disk (I am assuming you expect to find it at /home/alex/apache/logs?).
> 
> You're probably looking for the disk cache instead.
> 
> Also, make sure your content is cacheable in the first place. Many 
> application servers put cache control headers in that ask caches not to 
> cache, and httpd will respect these headers.
> 
> Regards,
> Graham
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