[squid-users] Squid4 has extremely low hit ratio due to lacks of ignore-no-cache
yvoinov at gmail.com
Tue Oct 27 16:10:56 UTC 2015
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I confirm: 3.5.10 has normal cache-hits rate. Against 4.0.1. For the
Something broken in 4.x.
27.10.15 1:37, Amos Jeffries пишет:
> On 27/10/2015 6:22 a.m., Yuri Voinov wrote:
>> Ah, ok:
>> We see in redbot.org this info in server response:
>> Cache-Control: no-cache
> It also says "this content was negotiated but does not have an
> appropriate Vary header". Which is marked as a protocol error.
> And has a status code of 400 (unspecified error by the client).
> And has passed through three non-Squid proxies without being cached
> there either.
>> So, what? 3.5.10 permit ignore this. 4.0.x - deny.
> Rather bold statement. Where is the cache.log line(s) saying that was
> the decision Squid made?
>> Squid decides?
> No, the content owner does.
>> Maybe I'll decide what and how to cache in the my setup?
> You are just the caretaker of the information. It belongs to its
> creators. What you can do with their property depends on what they allow
> to be done with it.
> HTTP is the legal rights granting methodology they chose to distribute
> with. The creators have granted you/anyone the license to cache
> (redistribute) that object. They did so via the badly named
> Cache-Control:no-cache header. Which comes with the license condition
> that the content be revalidated before redistribution.
> In other words, the content owner(s) retain the right to veto any
> recipient receiving their content or to provide alternative content at
> any time.
> [[ Given that it seems to flip between an error page and an image
> depicting the internal design of a nuclear device - depending on where
> in the world one views it from. It would seem that the behaviour is
> probably intentional. ]]
> Within your new right to cache and redistribute you then get to choose
> how long for - on that particular item.
> BTW: Revalidate does not lead to MISS. It leads to a REFRESH_MODIFIED or
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