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From Brian Behlendorf <br...@organic.com>
Subject Re: some updates
Date Fri, 13 Jun 1997 08:32:35 GMT

oops, got cut off

> > 2) Sites which pull down their content via ProxyPass will not have
> > dynamically generated mirror pages, though they should be cacheable.
> 
> I hope I'm not out of my line here: is this method at all realistic for
> this use? sounds to me like a cool way to mirror joe's page of jokes, not
> a busy site such as Apache is.

Not out of line at all.  In theory, this should be a very slick way of
mirroring a site.  A request comes to you for the front page, you
query the Apache site for it, and then return it - the next request
which comes in gets the cached copy.  No worrying about cgi
configurations, etc.  The 24 hour DefaultExpire I've set on
www.apache.org content should mean that the oldest content gets is 24
hours.  We can tune that depending on how well it works, or how close
we are to a major release, etc.

	Brian

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