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From Marian Krause <d...@inferno.mikrus.pw.edu.pl>
Subject Re: RAM buffers of files
Date Wed, 05 Dec 2001 10:44:45 GMT
> Marian Krause wrote:
> > 
> > Hi. I have Apache 1.3.22.
> > Sicie I upgraded my Hardware to 512 Megs of RAM, i hava a problem.
> > Apache buffer files from HDD so strong, and when i'm updatng my web side
> > files, he didn't check, if there's any new files, and serving old ones,
> > which sometimes doesn't exist on HDD anymore.
> > I don't know what to do. I don't want restart my server any time, when
> > someone ugrade one of 50 VIrtual's, which i'm serving.
> 
> Are you really sure this is apache doing this? It is more likely to be a
> persistent caching in the browser or the proxy (if you use one). 
> 
> To verify that it is apache at fault, GET the file from the command
> line:
> 
> $ telnet your-server 80
> 
> GET /file-want-to-check HTTP/1.0
> 
> (two returns)
> 
> Rgds,
> 
> Owen Boyle.
Well, i'm sure.
I opened page by Lynx on the computer, where serwer is working.
After Apache restart page is correct.

Marian Krause


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