Fwd: Varnish caching 503 error pages

Bayron Guevara bayron.guevara at gmail.com
Tue Feb 2 23:25:14 CET 2010

You can use the obj.cacheable property, which is a suggestion from Varnish
about the response should be cacheable. By default Error response codes
aren't cached, so test the following:

sub vcl_fetch {
if (!obj.cacheable){
return (pass);
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