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

I have discovered, that an Apache 2.2.3 server sets an "Expires" header on
our static content. (E.g.
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?



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