Re: [squid-users] objects (e.g. graphics) that have been updated on remote http server are pulled from the cache instead of being retrieved again and served to the client

From: Henrik Nordstrom <>
Date: Thu, 14 Feb 2002 19:52:16 +0100

Andrej Solc wrote:

> I'm using Squid Cache: Version 2.3.STABLE4-hno.CVS

Don't. You should be using Squid-2.4.STABLE3.

> Even though I click on refresh button on my client, or even decide to
> delete Temporary Internet Files, or even try to access the updated web
> site from another client, still updated objects (graphics) are served
> from the squid cache, instead of being retrieved again from the server:
> 1013688716.387 3 TCP_IMS_HIT/304 206 GET
> - NONE/- image/gif

Yes? You are using transparent proxying, and this breaks valid
assumptions made by your IE browser.

Squid-2.4 has a workaround to the issue with transparent proxying that
one can enable, at the expense of a significant drop in hit ratio for IE

Henrik Nordström
Received on Thu Feb 14 2002 - 12:28:05 MST

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