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From Jean Fiedler <J.Fied...@keyence.de>
Subject AW: Set Expire Header
Date Tue, 21 Dec 2010 08:41:13 GMT
I already tried to play around with that but ATS is not setting a Expire Header in the response.

I want to reduce the requests by the clients. I want that the ATS will set a header that the
file is 1 week valid and that the client does not need to request again.

Actually the client is always asking if the file is still okay. ATS is answer 304 (Not modified).
I want to minimize these stupid querys with the expire header because i know image files will
not change that frequently.

Should he set a expire header with the cache.config? I am not sure.



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Von: ming.zym@gmail.com [mailto:ming.zym@gmail.com] 
Gesendet: Dienstag, 21. Dezember 2010 09:32
An: users@trafficserver.apache.org
Betreff: Re: Set Expire Header

will the cache control works for you?
http://trafficserver.apache.org/docs/v2/admin/files.htm#cache.config



在 2010-12-21二的 07:35 +0000,Jean Fiedler写道:
> Hi List,
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> is it possible  to set/overwrite the expire Header in ATS?
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> I would like to give all images a expire header of one week for a 
> domain. Unfortunately i cannot set it directly on the origin server 
> because it is maintained by a different company.
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> I did not find it in the manual.
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> But a mod rewrite thing like in Apache Webserver would be fine.
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> Best regards
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