Re: HTTP headers

From: Dancer <>
Date: Sat, 02 May 1998 02:03:02 +1000

Alex Rousskov wrote:
> 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.

Unless there's an apache module that does it that I have not seen, no,
apache doesn't process META tags. I've done some experiments on this in
the past, thinking (perhaps foolishly) that it might support that, but
alas, no. :(


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