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From "Jonathan Stein" <jst...@image.dk>
Subject [users@httpd] Strange "expires" header
Date Fri, 08 Jun 2007 20:26:05 GMT
Hi.

I have discovered, that an Apache 2.2.3 server sets an "Expires" header on
our static content. (E.g.
http://news.dds.dk/uploads/pics/broenonline.gif).
The time is always the current time, so all content is reloaded on
subsequent requests.
However, there is no "Cache-Control" header.

mod_expires is _not_ loaded. If I do load it and set a rule, I get the
expected "Expires" and "Cache-Control" headers. But if I set
"ExpiresActive Off", the old "Expires" header is back.

I suppose Apache won't set the header in a "clean" install, but which
other module could cause this header? - And how can I avoid it?

  Regards

    Jonathan



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