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From "Muggeridge, Matt" <matt.muggerid...@hpe.com>
Subject [users@httpd] Permanently cache reverse-proxy results
Date Mon, 12 Nov 2018 20:06:17 GMT
The reverse-proxy receives the client's HTTP GET request, then:

    1.   Retrieves gzipped content from a back-end server
    2.   Inflates content
    3.   Performs many substitutions across various resources (JS, HTML, CSS, etc)
    4.   Deflates resulting content
    5.   Delivers response to client browser

I would like the reverse-proxy to cache the result from step 4, so subsequent GET's are answered
directly from the reverse-proxy cache and so avoiding steps 1-4, inclusive.

How to configure Apache httpd to do this?

(Also asked at serverfault.com).


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