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From Joshua Slive <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Apache 1.3 caching problem...
Date Fri, 10 Jun 2005 13:19:19 GMT
On 9 Jun 2005 20:45:19 -0000, abc <> wrote:
>  Any pointers Joshua????
>  On Fri, 10 Jun 2005 abc wrote :
>  >Hi experts...
>  >
>  >Our new Apache 1.3's perl module is reading a file. Now even if I delete
> that file, the app works because Apache is caching that file. The problem is
> it not picking up the changes made to that file. So we have to restart the
> Apache every time we change the file. We don't want that. The Production
> version of Apache does not need a restart. It picks uplatest file. Ours use
> cache.

Are you talking to me?

Apache 1.3 doesn't do any caching out-of-the-box, unless you are using
mod_proxy or mod_mmap_static.  So that leaves two possible

- You are using a module like mod_perl that caches scripts in memory. 
If that is the case, you should try a mod_perl mailing list where you
will find more expertise.

- It is a proxy or the browser that is doing the caching.


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