Varnish 2.1.3 / 2.1.4 on Debian
perbu at varnish-software.com
Sun Nov 21 10:46:56 CET 2010
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On Sat, Nov 20, 2010 at 10:19 PM, FabD [ML] <flylm.ml at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Sure. If Apache sends compressed content it should also send a
>> "Vary: accept-encoding" along so Varnish will _vary_ the content
>> depending on the content of that header. If the backend doesn't
>> you might send compressed content to someone you hasn't indicated
>> that they support it.
> In my case, the client supports gzip encoding and (sometimes)
> receives a "no-compressed" content until I restart varnish (or
> until the cache expires I guess).
> With this configuration of Apache2, it should not be possible ?
> => Header append Vary User-Agent env=!dont-vary
> I don't know if it's a bad configuration issue of Varnish or Apache2 ?
I don't know much about Apache2 and how it is configured. I don't know
what the above line does but I recommend that you read the art about
the Vary header in the docs:
Varnish does Vary just as instructed by the Vary header. There isn't
much you can do to alter the behavior except to manipulate the headers
that you vary on.
Per Buer, Varnish Software
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