Re: Again IMS handling (Squid PL15)

From: Richard Huveneers <>
Date: Wed, 12 Jun 1996 21:18:49 +0200

In article <>, henrik.NOrdstrom@ida.his.SE (Henrik Nordstrom) writes:

>* TCP_REFRESH: Request was sent directly to the original server, since
>it contains a "Pragma: no-cache" header. If the size is small then the
>server responded with a "304 Not Modified" message, if it is large then
>a full object was returned.
>* TCP_MISS: Cache miss (can be a "Pragma: no-cache" request too)
>* TCP_HIT: Cache hit without If-Modified-Since"
>* TCP_IF_MODIFIED_SINCE: Cache hit with If-Modified-Since.
>"304 Not Modified" returned by Squid it the cached object is not
>modified, else handled as a cache hit (sending the whole object).

I'm confused. What if the client sends an IMS request for an object which
is not present in the cache? Squid used to log TCP_IF_MODIFIED_SINCE.
Does it log TCP_MISS now?

Richard Huveneers
Received on Wed Jun 12 1996 - 13:31:22 MDT

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