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From "Jeff Behl" <jeffb...@gmail.com>
Subject [users@httpd] make mod_cache ignore the query string?
Date Tue, 17 Oct 2006 08:28:52 GMT
running apache 2.2.x, i'm knocking my head against the table trying to
get mod_cache to ignore the query string in a URL, such that :

http://somedomain.comm/asdf.swf?aaaaaaaaaa
http://somedomain.comm/asdf.swf?bbbbbbbbbb

will only generate a single cache entry.  i've tried using
mod_rewrite to strip the query string off, but even with the
pass-through flag set, mod_cache seems to get first dibbs and generate
a separate cache entry.  i suppose i could layer two apache servers
together, with one doing a proxy to the other, and that one sending to
the origin, but i'd rather not if possible.

any help would be greatly appreciated!

thanks.

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