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From Igor Cicimov <icici...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] headers precedence 1.3 vs 2.2
Date Tue, 18 Jan 2011 04:03:36 GMT
Have you tried mod_expire?

Sent from my phone

On Jan 18, 2011 1:25 PM, "Uxio Faria" <ufaria@prisacom.com> wrote:


       I have a problem. I have a large set of servers with apache 1.3 and
php. I set the cache-control
       header by default on some directories with this form:

        <Directory /xxx/yyy/zzzz>
               Header Set Cache-Control "max-age=200"
       </Directory>


       All the files below this directory sets the default cache-control and
the dinamic php files below this
       directory too, but if i want to change the cache-control header of
some dinamic page, i can set it
       directly:

               <?
                       header("Cache-Control: max-age=400");

                       echo "<p>I can change the header value only for this
page</p>";
               ?>

       Ok, everything is fine with this. But with apache 2.2 i can't do
that, headers setted with Header directive
       in apache conf, can't be overwrited by php.

       After reading lots of documentation and blogs, code, etc, it seems
that apache 1.3 doen't work well with
       this functionality and apache 2.2 do, but i need to work in this way
because i can't rewrite all my confs.

       I need to solve this problem.  ┬┐any idea?

       Thanks a lot.




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