Poul-Henning Kamp phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Mon Apr 21 12:58:59 CEST 2008

In message <000601c8a39a$27269470$9e00a8c0 at stade.topconcepts.net>, "Sven Tietje
" writes:

>so, i try to purge all documents for a host by doing 
>varnishadm -T url.purge "#http://mydomain.de/#$"

url.purge only operates on the URL part of the request, not on the
Host: header part.

If you need to select on both host+url you need to use hash.purge
CLI command and the hash string, by default is built from URL first
and host last, so the command to purge 
would be:
	hash.purge "index.html#foo.bar.com#"

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