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Founder and Managing Partner of Grove Street Studios, creator of Droptor, published author, lover of all things beer, Director of Safety at the Black Mesa Research Facility.


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accepted Why is Varnish not caching?
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comment Why is Varnish not caching?
Ah yes, that makes sense. Thanks.
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comment Why is Varnish not caching?
Can't get any Varnish hits even with a basic VCL. I'm digging deeper, because I must be missing some obvious.
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comment Why is Varnish not caching?
Thank, I will try that now.
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comment Why is Varnish not caching?
I got the file from the here: fourkitchens.atlassian.net/wiki/display/TECH/… I will start from vanilla and go up. Thanks!
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comment Why is Varnish not caching?
I just posted the headers. Thanks!
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comment Why is Varnish not caching?
Thanks! I tried that, and confirmed the etag was no longer appearing in the headers but it's still a miss each time. Also, the site does use the Varnish module.
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comment How to you properly invalidate the local cache on a browser?
@GregAskew Thanks for the link, but if I'm reading the HTTP spec right the cache-control headers tell the browser if they can or cannot use this response for future responses. The home page (destination) is cachable when logged out. I'm trying to invalidate the local cache when the user logs in and visits that page. I think I'm confused about something in caching, I'm just not sure what.