perbu at varnish-software.com
Wed Jun 29 12:53:16 CEST 2011
On Wed, Jun 29, 2011 at 12:50 PM, Lars Jørgensen <lajo at kb.dk> wrote:
> > What was known as purges in Varnish 2.x is known as bans in 3.0, so a
> > bit of confusion...
> > Use 'ban.list' on varnishadm and it should list any bans. You can also
> > change the ban_lurker_sleep param to a higher value, though it shouldn't
> > be a real problem.
> I actually had three bans. And now I'm really confused: I needed to purge a
> few pages from the cache, so I did
> ban.url /da/index.html
> and a couple other in varnishadm. I thought this would purge the url from
> the cache. It did, but why do they appear when I issue a ban.list? I thought
> it was a one-time purge command, not a list that will forever ban those urls
> from entering the cache. How do I purge a url once from the cache using
It would be a great help to you if you read the explanation given here:
Please let me know if it is unclear in any way and I'll try to rectify that.
Per Buer, CEO
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