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From André Warnier>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] mod_cache alternative?
Date Wed, 01 Jul 2009 22:26:06 GMT
Developer wrote:
> Hello,
> mod_cache is very bad for caching.

That's a bad way to start, if you really need help.
Read this first :

> For some unknown reason (for me) 

that is probably more accurate

it caches script (all request are
> mod_rewrite in one php script) and not request URI response of server.

there is no such thing as a URI in the server response.

> One requested URI should generate one server response, 

it does

but mod_cache see
> all as same php script

caching depends indeed (among other things) on the request URI

(WRONG, I think that use internal server path and
> script).

So far, I think the score is more like mod_cache 10 / Developer 0

> Anyone known method to avoid this problem, 

study HTTP
read the documentation

or alternative to mod_cache?
> Another caching module?

Another Developer ?

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