Re: HTTP headers

From: Alex Rousskov <>
Date: Fri, 1 May 1998 08:00:14 -0600 (MDT)

On Thu, 30 Apr 1998, Vladimir Litovka wrote:

> I'm calling my local web via proxy - and see in access_log TCP_IMS_HIT, but
> don't see any activity in the Apache's access log. So, Squid doesn't pass
> request to web at all. This is strange, as for me.

This is normal:
> Second: I'm using <meta http-equiv="Last-Modified" ...> and
> <meta http-equiv="Expires" ...> directives in static HTML documents. Why
> resulting document in Squid's cache doesn't contain Expires: header at all,
> and Last-Modified set to last access time of document, but not to used
> in <meta ...> directive? I'm afraid, that Apache ignores this directives in
> documents and send default parameters in his reply. Why? I think, this
> second problem is cause of first.

Perhaps you have to enable something in Apache to process META tags. A while
ago, there was a "META-discussion" on this list, and somebody claimed that
Apache does process META tags. Squid does not interpret message bodies and,
thus, is not aware of you META tags.

Received on Fri May 01 1998 - 07:05:30 MDT

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