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From Joshua Slive <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] using cache in reverse proxy mode
Date Sat, 22 Oct 2005 19:21:21 GMT
On 10/22/05, Yavor Trapkov <> wrote:
> Hello,
> I'm using apache (2.0.54) as a frontend server to proxy content from application servers,
> I'd like to enable caching in order to decrease the load of the backend servers,
> I tried to add CacheEnable directive:
> ProxyPass        /content1 http://server:8080/content1
> ProxyPassReverse /content1 http://server:8080/content1
> CacheEnable mem  /content1
> #CacheEnable disk /content1
> but I still see queries going to the application servers,
> if disk cache is used nothing is stored into the CacheRoot folder,
> i.e. ProxyPass content is somehow ignored .. does it really work in ver 2.0.x
> as it is written in the mod_cache doc page?

What does the content look like - specifically the http response
headers?  Is it marked uncachable?


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