des at linpro.no
Sun Jul 1 10:54:28 CEST 2007
"Manuel Amador (Rudd-O)" <rudd-o at rudd-o.com> writes:
> Then another question (which will surely help me MUCH MORE than this
> conundrum). I want to alter the Varnish caching policy to cache objects
> whose response contains an ETag or a Last-Modified header, irrespective
> of whether the user sent cookies along. That'll allow me to make
> Varnish cache static objects while ignoring dynamic (non-Last-Modified,
> non-ETag) objects.
This still boils down to the same issue as your previous questions, and
the answer is still that we can't do that yet, but we will in a few
> Bonus question: I would like the Last-Modified header to be used by
> Varnish as the basis for an adaptive caching algorith just like Squid's,
> instead of caching files for 120 seconds.
> Third question: does Varnish obey Pragma: no-cache in response headers?
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