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From Jenny Brown <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] 503 status seems to get cached - how do I disable caching?
Date Wed, 10 Jun 2009 17:42:29 GMT
On Wed, Jun 10, 2009 at 3:06 AM, André Warnier<> wrote:
> So, to get back to the original issue : if indeed the observed behaviour
> derives from such a timeout on the part of mod_proxy, I would suggest to do
> some thinking about whether it is not better, in a general sense, to leave
> things as they are, at least if this is a system destined to be deployed in
> production. After all, I am sure that if the developers of mod_proxy and/or
> mod_prox_ajp deemed it justified to introduce such a timeout, they probably
> thought hard about it and decided that it was A Good Thing.

Oh, I'm okay with some delay.  But I'd prefer a delay along the lines
of 5-10 seconds, not close to a full minute.  What I'm looking for is
a way to control the length of the delay, or really any aspect of its
behavior at all.

Is there a configuration option for that?  How would I go about
finding out / where should I look?

Jenny Brown

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