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From Francisco Javier Villa <>
Subject [users@httpd] replies in Apache
Date Thu, 14 Nov 2002 12:18:47 GMT
Hello everybody,

I would like to know the way Apache replies to a URL request. When the 
URL has been mapped to the URI,  does Apache load the file in L2 cache 
in order to make the response? I don't know if Apache reads the file 
from disk directly and then make the reply, stores the page in L2 cache, 
or in a disk buffer at main memory. If it read the file from disk, if a 
second request to the same URI is made, then it can't been satisfied 
from L2, and the reply time will be higher, I suppose.


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