phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Fri Sep 22 20:09:09 CEST 2006
In message <0F08FB20-F4EE-4345-88C3-A271B340E5B3 at yahoo-inc.com>, Mark Nottingha
>Semantic transparency requirements are placed on caches, not gateways
>(or proxies, for that matter).
This is turning into a semantic fight, but RFC2616 clearly does
presuppose that gateways are transparent, and that is too narrow
a constraint for us.
>> All that however, does not change the fact that in the separate
>> roles of client and origin server, Varnish should comply with
>> RFC2616 to the extent possible, reasonable and productive.
>That's good to hear. There seem to be a number of HTTP violations
>(that aren't specific to proxies) in Varnish; again, I'd encourage
>you to talk to the Measurement Factory folks and make their tests (or
>something like them) part of your QA suite.
Yes, we have a lot of work to do in this area, and we need to build
some kind of test-rig so we can test the VCL primitives comprehensively
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