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From Doug McNutt <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Changes get lost - was <no subject>
Date Mon, 27 Aug 2007 17:08:44 GMT
At 10:01 -0500 8/27/07, Coulter, Ryan wrote, and I snipped:
>I request index.html from the webserver and receive it properly in my
>browser. I then log onto the server, edit the file with vi, save it and
>exit. Then I return to my browser and request index.html again and it
>appears as though nothing has changed. My edit does not show up. Sometimes,
>after making an edit, I try to open the page in my browser and receive a
>message that the browser couldn't reach the server.

>My initial thoughts were that the problem had to do with memory caching or
>disk caching in Apache, but I have confirmed that those modules are not
>loaded. No caching is enabled.

Are you quite sure that it's not local cashing in browsers that's not creating the appearance
of a problem that's not there?  "Can't reach the server" has to be something unrelated unless
your vi edit changed permissions. Are you connecting through a corporate proxy machine?

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