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From "William A. Rowe, Jr." <wr...@rowe-clan.net>
Subject Re: CacheEnable and mod_proxy
Date Sat, 01 Jul 2006 11:47:10 GMT
Just to point out - modproxy-dev@a.o is closed some time ago.

Either dev@httpd.apache.org for development discussions, or
docs@httpd.apache.org for the documentation/manual author's list
or users@httpd.apache.org for user configuration issues are more
likely to attract the right attention depending on the post.

I'm curious - we should track down any remaining pointers at the
modproxy-dev list and ensure it's completely phased out.


Ryan Pendergast wrote:
> I am trying to setup caching for my 2.2.2 Apache Proxy server.  How do 
> you setup the server to cache all forward proxy requests?
> 
> By looking at the CacheEnable example in the documentation it seems as 
> if I would have to enable it for every protocol.  Also the current 
> documentation is a bit misleading - 
> http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/mod/mod_cache.html#cacheenable states:
> 
> | # Cache proxied url's
> CacheEnable disk /
> 
> |This however will not cache proxied urls will it? A proxy request does 
> not come in the form of 'Get /' - it comes in the form of 'GET http://' 
> (<protocol>://).  I can see the above example caching requests to / and 
> below that are setup via ProxyPass but not forward proxy.
> 
> Can I do something like this:
> 
> CacheEnable disk ://
> 
> Will this cover every protocol that forward proxy handles? Thanks.



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