SRS will soon stop working :-)
pinstall at sga.ulb.ac.be
Mon Oct 7 08:18:47 EST 1996
krasel at wpxx02.toxi.uni-wuerzburg.de (Cornelius Krasel) wrote:
>Claude Scarpelli (claude at lovelace.infobiogen.fr) wrote:
>> How can it be fixed ?
>> 1) configure the WWW cache to NOT cache URL containing srs/srsc. Not
>> practicable, since user may not have enough authority to modify
>> the configuration of the cache they are using.
>> 2) Configure the SRS site in such a way that the magic strings
>> /cgi-bin/ appear in each URL. WWW cache never caches a document
>> when the URL contains this magic string.
>> 3) Have wgetz send a protocol element (Pragma: no-cache) with each
>> documents (especially the very first one). Cache will honor this
>> information by not caching the document. Of course, it requires
>> modification on the wgetz source code. We will ask the author to
>> proceed this way, since it is the best way to communicate with a
>> WWW cache
>4) Let the http server in question add a Last-Modified-Since: header
> to its information.
5) I didn't follow all the technical detail but another way could
perhap's be the cookies ..
Have a nice day
Patrick Installe (pinstall at sga.ulb.ac.be)
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