Problem with varnish and caching

Poul-Henning Kamp phk at
Sun Jul 1 11:05:41 CEST 2007

Dear Manuel,

The Varnish *DEFAULT* VCL code implements what we have decided is a
sensible default policy, which will Do The Right Thing for most people,
at least to get them going with Varnish.

Your complaints all seem to center on the fact that the default
VCL code doesn't work for you.

You seem to have overlooked the fact that you are not forced to
run with the default VCL code.

Varnish is on track to offer the most comprehensive and flexible
configuration mechanism yet to be seen on any web server or cache.

Now, instead of whining about the default, tailor Varnish to your



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