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From André Warnier>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Clearing cache selectively on Apache + mod_cache
Date Tue, 02 Dec 2008 12:40:58 GMT
André Warnier wrote:
> Indeed.
> So either you create a sript/program that goes directly in the cache and 
> clears the document (which would mean you can recalculate the hash that 
> mod_cache uses for a given URL), or else you find another clever way.
This is yet another idea.
I just downloaded the source code for the latest Apache, and had a look 
at the hashkeys related stuff.
That is

I am not a C programmer, but the impression I get, is that it would not 
be so difficult to modify htcacheclean to add another command-line 
option to it.
This command-line option would take the URL of a cached object, and go 
off and delete it from the cache.

Since that could be considered a useful addition "in general" to 
htcacheclean, maybe one of the mod_cache developers would be interested ?

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