[squid-users] Question: Force the caching of 302 responses without Expires header and with Strict-Transport-Security max-age header?

Andrei Pozolotin andrei.pozolotin at gmail.com
Sat Jan 4 10:49:30 UTC 2020


On 2020-01-03 14:19, Alex Rousskov wrote:
>> Question: how can one force the caching of 302 responses
>> without the Expires header and with Strict-Transport-Security max-age 
>> header?
> You can modify Squid to handle Strict-Transport-Security specially or
> you can write an ICAP or eCAP service that would add a "more standard"
> Cache-Control:max-age header to the response (with even more work, it
> would be possible to drop the added response header before it leaves
> Squid).

1. thank you for your suggestions

2. just to confirm I got this right:

there is no way to use any current squid configuration options
or any existing squid plugins to cache 302 responses without Expires 
instead must write some brand new code, correct?


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