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When two cache sources are configured the documentation says Apache tries to pull the object from the first cache source and if it's not there, it tries the second.
Based on this, is it efficient to use 2 caches for the same content:
- mod_mem_cache for frequently used and fast access
- and mod_disk_cache for slightly slower access (but nearly unlimited storage space)?
Seems this would be good but maybe the overhead of polling both caches results in everything being slower?
Anyone with experience here? Sample config below.
Geoff Millikan, http://www.t1shopper.com/
---== Sample Config Snippet ==---
CacheEnable mem /
CacheEnable disk /
#Limit RAM cache to 10MB and 100 items. Put everything else on the disk.
Hi, I have a peer that does an HTTP PUT using curl to my apache 2.2.25 running a cgi written in c.
Under certain conditions, the cgi-bin terminates with an HTTP error status, like 400. This will keep a file from being uploaded as expected.
However, when the content-length of the upload is unspecified, the uploading peer doesn't receive this error status until it's actually done transmitting the entire upload.
This is a problem when PUTting a continuous stream because the peer will never notice that the server actually denied receiving the stream.
Is there a way to forcefully disconnect the client from within the cgi-bin or keep apache from sending the 100 - continue statement right away?
Maybe somebody has another idea of how to work around this.
There's a minimal example for testing this scenario in the attachment.
Thanks for your help!
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