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From Rajwinder-office Singh <rajwinder.makkar.off...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Re: SSI + content-length headers
Date Sun, 04 Oct 2009 22:53:32 GMT
I did some work on this and able to insert content-length header.

Now the issue is with last-modified header only.

I cannot use xbithack full.

I dont have to calculate exact last modified header as my CDN provider is
happy with any Dummy last-modifed header having value older then current
time. What i need to do is to insert last-modifed header with value 1 week
older then current time.

Any directions ?




On Mon, Sep 28, 2009 at 1:59 AM, Rajwinder-office Singh <
rajwinder.makkar.office@gmail.com> wrote:

>
>
> On Fri, Sep 25, 2009 at 10:41 AM, Nick Kew <nick@webthing.com> wrote:
>
>> Rajwinder-office Singh wrote:
>>
>>>    I have a situation :
>>>
>>>    1. I have to keep SSI enabled on all *.html pages.
>>>    2. SSI removes content-length + Last-modified headers from *.html
>>>    3. I have to keep these two headers for it to be cached by my CDN
>>>    provider.
>>>
>>
>> Content-length shouldn't affect cacheability.  If you're sure it does,
>> you might consider a bug report to whoever is responsible.
>>
>>     4. No fun of using XbiHack cause every other html is having ssi.
>>>
>>
>> What's wrong with xbithack?  Just scope it where you want it.
>>
>
>
>> -- Nothing wrong with xbitHack but it will not make any diff in my case as
>> adding inlcude output filter to all *.html or making every *.html an
>> executble.
>>
>>     Does it make sense to calculate these two headers and then insert
>>>    both headers in some kind of output filter ?
>>>
>>
>> Yes, you'd need to compute content-length in an output filter.
>> And it would need to buffer your output, which makes for a huge
>> performance hit if you're serving big documents.
>>
>> -- I only need to do it for *.html so should not be a issue ( i guess ) .
> I searched around for such a output filter but cant find any "ready to use"
> type. any pointers on any thread or if any body has already written some
> thing like that ?
>
>> --
>> Nick Kew
>>
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