bm at turtle-entertainment.de
Wed Nov 26 15:38:44 CET 2008
Have a look at ESI:
> I have a site where users can log in. This sets a cookie with their
> encrypted login details, so they can be authenticated. There are a
> small number of pages which are user-specific ("change your details"
> forms, etc), and these are set not to cache.
> When a user is logged in, a message is shown at the top of the page "You
> are now logged in". However, nothing on the page depends on the
> individual user.
> My question is, how can I organise the cache to have the most cache
> hits, given that there are effectively two versions of each page - one
> for logged in users, and one for anonymous users. I want to
> specifically avoid each user having their own version of the page stored
> in the cache.
> Thanks in advance for any wisdom anyone can share!
> varnish-misc mailing list
> varnish-misc at projects.linpro.no
More information about the varnish-misc