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comment IPTables -L does not work properly
perhaps you could provide us exact output so we can actually see what is happening?
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comment varnish not caching right
it is really weird how it's working though, because sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't, i'm so confused(
Apr
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comment varnish not caching right
I have "Header unset ETag" on my backend (apache) server, but maybe this isn't same thing that you're referring. I read it from Drupal's varnish module instruction somewhere..
Apr
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comment varnish not caching right
Where do I add 'vary'? I've search my entire config I don't see 'vary' anywhere...
Apr
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comment varnish not caching right
would you mind explain a little bit more? goal is simple: let varnish serve content as much as possible without reaching out to backend server.
Apr
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comment varnish not caching right
please see my update: this is me through to do it via curl from two different place, and actually on second time I got HIT as well (so that worked fine), I also noticed that whenever I'm doing it from browser it does GET instead of HEAD, does it make difference in terms of caching or not?
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comment Is it possible to update a package w/out rebuilding it from /usr/ports on FreeBSD?
portupgrade != package, it goes through /usr/ports.
Mar
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comment Is it possible to update a package w/out rebuilding it from /usr/ports on FreeBSD?
I updated my question w/ running pkg_(delete/add) which returns me to same place where I was before.
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revised Is it possible to update a package w/out rebuilding it from /usr/ports on FreeBSD?
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