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Why is SPDY breaking 'Vary: Accept-Encoding' in Nginx 1.4.3?

I've compiled Nginx 1.4.3 from source with the SPDY module. However when SPDY is enabled, it seems to break my 'Vary: Accept-Encoding' header. My Nginx Configuration: ./configure ...
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One thing I've noticed about CloudFlare and Google's web servers are that they both use lowercase response headers. Is this just for looks, or does it actually provide a performance increase? I'm ...
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I am having a website which I'm planning to keep in maintenance mode for about 2 days without losing SEO ranking. According to Google blog post, we can do this by having a 503 Service Temporarily ...
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Chrome rejecting connections to netcat webserver

I have a very simple netcat webserver set up to display the /etc/motd file for some machines, which works fine in Firefox, but intermittently fails in Chrome. I suspect it's an HTTP header / caching ...
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How do I alter the Last-Modified header on NGNIX?

My server returns the following headers: Cache-Control:no-cache Connection:keep-alive Date:Thu, 07 Jul 2011 10:41:57 GMT Expires:Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:01 GMT Last-Modified:Thu, 07 Jul 2011 08:06:32 ...
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Do all web caches understand the “Cache-Control” HTTP header?

I'd like to avoid the "Expires" header, and use "Cache-Control" only - or maybe the other way around. The headers will account for a significant percentage of my traffic, so I'd prefer not to "use ...