vcl file for caching flash video?

Poul-Henning Kamp phk at
Thu Mar 29 07:39:42 CEST 2007

In message <8e98d9eb0703282206i7b567cfenf6d9427e69fa9301 at>, "Kang
 Liu" writes:
>I'm testing varnish for caching flash video content for a youtube
>style site. I wrote a very simple vcl file for the site.
>the backend is lighttpd, contents in the backend are all flash videos
>(.flv files).
>Is there any problem in my vcl file?

None that I see.

You don't need to copy the default VCL, it's always used if you
have not specified anything, so you should not need the vcl_hit, 
vcl_miss and vcl_timeout functions.

VCL understands more time units than seconds, so you could have
	set obj.ttl = 365d;

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