obj.cacheable vs expires headers?

Poul-Henning Kamp phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Wed Feb 10 11:11:55 CET 2010

In message <15261481.301265709947078.JavaMail.luc at syntop>, lstroobant at gmail.com

>I'm not sure we're still talking about the same problem. :-)
>Just to be sure: we don't want to cache that dynamic page, but I'm
>wondering why (with those) headers, it's still seen as obj.cacheable
>by Varnish.

As I said, the cacheability is a different decision from how long
time to cache.

The logic of the code is in the sourcefile "rfc2616.c", try to walk
your request through it by hand...

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