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From Doug McNutt <>
Subject [users@httpd] Re: mod_webdav problem
Date Thu, 22 Jul 2010 20:48:45 GMT
At 13:35 -0600 7/22/10, LuKreme wrote:
>On 21-Jul-2010, at 14:38, Thorsten Steinbrenner wrote:
>> problem is, that the webdav server does NOT update the timestamp after a "HTTP PUT".
>UmŠ I don't see this. When I copy a file to the webdav server it gets the time stamp
of the time it was created on the server.
>If you need to change the timestamp to something else, you can use touch -t on the server.
>What is the issue?

And what is the operating system on which Apache is running?
Can you access the directory with anything else but an HTTP request? A terminal session? Anything
else that would show the time tags while bypassing Apache.

It's hard to believe that Apache deliberately overrides operating system defaults which almost
surely set the modification timestamp when the file is changed.

Is it possible that Apache is cashing the file? If you wait a while do you see a changed time?

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