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From André Warnier ...@ice-sa.com>
Subject response headers missing ?
Date Thu, 14 Jul 2011 10:29:38 GMT
Hi.

This is a bit of a side question, or let's say a question-by-proxy.

I happen to be also subscribed to a support list for mod_perl, and someone there made the

following comment as part of a post :

quote

We have 100+ web servers where apache fronts a separate tomcat server using mod_proxy.

Sadly, the tomcat dev's forgot to set any caching headers in the HTTP response (either 
Expires, Last-Modified or Cache-control) so the sites are largely uncacheable by browsers

and the various tomcats are becoming overloaded.

unquote

Do any of the dev's here have a comment to make ?

(sadly, the mod_perl OP failed to provide any version information so far).


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