Varnish caches objects per session for www.vg.no ?
phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Sat Dec 22 09:39:22 CET 2007
In message <476BA019.5010107 at zerustech.com>, Michael Lee writes:
>2. Access http://www.vg.no
>3. Check the http response header and got a "HTTP/1.x 200 OK" response. (cache miss)
>4. Reload page and got a "HTTP/1.x 304 Not Modified
>" response. (cache hit)
>Does it mean that the first time when I accessed www.vg.no, the cache was missed? So varnish re-fetched the contents for me. And the 2nd time, cache was hit.
No, it means that your browser asked to not have the object sent if
it wasn't changed since the last one it got.
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