Re: hey.. size for IMS_HIT

From: Duane Wessels <>
Date: Fri, 14 Mar 97 16:14:22 -0800 writes:

>I was looking through the logs and was trying to figure out how much of a
>change in hit % by bytes would come about by changing client Pragma:
>no-cache to IMS requests...
>Also teh delay for IMS_HIT.
>I went through the logs and the size in the log feilds for the IMS_HIT is
>all wrong.
> I think it returns the size of the headers it sent and recieved from the
>server instead of the transaction with the client...
>This is of no use..
>The average size of my IMS_HIT returned obj, is .5 KB according to my
>Can this loggin be changed,....

IMS_HIT means the origin server (or upstream cache) was never
contacted. IMS_HIT means the cache sent the short "304" reply
directly to the client.

You are probably thinking of the TCP_REFRESH_* entries, where the
object is validated with the origin server.

Duane W.
Received on Fri Mar 14 1997 - 16:26:20 MST

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