Cacheability - changed in Varnish 2?

Poul-Henning Kamp phk at
Thu Jan 29 10:57:48 CET 2009

In message <49817D5C.10807 at>, Anton Stonor writes:
>Poul-Henning Kamp wrote:
>> As far as I can tell, a zero TTL (number after "RFC") can only
>> happen here if your default_ttl parameter is set to zero, OR
>> if there is clock-skew between the varnish machine and the
>> backend machine.
>Right on!
>Backend is running on the same box as Varnish for this test. But: you 
>are right about default TTL being 0.

I hope we don't ship varnish that way on any platforms, the default
ttl should be 120 seconds...

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