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From Joshua Slive <jsl...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] mod_cache broken in 2.2.0 ?
Date Sun, 11 Dec 2005 18:26:00 GMT
On 12/9/05, Dick Snippe <Dick.Snippe@tech.omroep.nl> wrote:
> we use apache-2.0.x as a reverse caching proxy, using mod_cache,
> mod_mem_cache, mod_proxy and mod_proxy_http.

It wouldn't surprise me terribly if mod_mem_cache was broken in 2.2. 
It has received much less TLC than mod_disk_cache.  Given the lack of
response here, you should probably file a bug report.

Under many circumstances (especially on an OS with an efficient
sendfile syscall) you'll find that mod_disk_cache will be faster
anyway, since it passes much of the memory management job on to the OS
where it can be handled more efficiently.  So one option would be to
move to mod_disk_cache.

Joshua.

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