Re: ? Squid not send Http POST command to parent cache

From: Henrik Nordstrom <>
Date: Sat, 26 Apr 1997 10:10:52 +0200

This is the intended behaviour.
Reason: POST requests are always uncacheable, and there is no reason tho
have uncacheable requests traverse a cache hierarchy.

There is however support for forcing squid to ALWAYS go thought a parent
(required in firewall situations), by using inside_firewall.

Henrik Nordström
Wu Shangguang wrote:
> The problem is: the subordinate cache do not send Http POST command to
> parent cache, while GET command(even with cgi-bin or ?) is ok.
Received on Sat Apr 26 1997 - 03:27:43 MDT

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