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Apr
12
comment ASP.NET, IS7 and IE8 caching?
Not a clue. I'm thinking about setting cache-control: must-revalidate, proxy-revalidate
Apr
12
comment ASP.NET, IS7 and IE8 caching?
It's happening only for one customer, only for IE8, and only from within their own firewall. Which is why I suspect their web proxy.
Apr
12
awarded  Commentator
Apr
12
comment ASP.NET, IS7 and IE8 caching?
I just grabbed the headers from one of the .js files that had been showing the problem. It has no "Expires" header. "Last-Modified" and "If-Modified-Since" look right, "Cache-Control" is "max-age=0".
Apr
12
comment ASP.NET, IS7 and IE8 caching?
That seems to me to be exactly the wrong approach. It's not that we want them to download the file again, if what they have in cache is more than x days old. We want them to download the file if what they have isn't identical to what is on the server.
Apr
11
asked ASP.NET, IS7 and IE8 caching?
Nov
11
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
2
accepted Ubuntu: Configuring grub2 on a backup disk
Oct
18
comment Ubuntu: Configuring grub2 on a backup disk
I discovered that there are instructions on the Ubuntu forums that show what you need to do to do a chroot fix: basically, you need to do a "ount -b" on /dev, /dev/pts, /proc, and /sys, before you do the chroot. I haven't tried it yet... ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1581099
Oct
18
comment Ubuntu: Configuring grub2 on a backup disk
This sounded promising, but grub-install errors out: "/usr/sbin/grub-probe: error: cannot find a device for /boot/grub (is /dev mounted?)." Running "grub-probe /dev/sdb" errors out as well: "grub-probe: error: cannot stat `/dev/sdb'." The problem seems to be that the devices in /dev, in the chroot'ed environment, aren't really connected to anything.
Oct
17
awarded  Editor
Oct
17
revised Ubuntu: Configuring grub2 on a backup disk
Clarified fstab edit
Oct
17
comment Ubuntu: Configuring grub2 on a backup disk
If I run that, while booted off of /dev/sda, will it not create a configuration that points to /dev/sda?
Oct
17
asked Ubuntu: Configuring grub2 on a backup disk
Mar
24
awarded  Tumbleweed
Mar
9
comment Getting Apache on UBuntu to listen to a non-standard port
UFW was running, and only allowed ports 22, 80, and 5901. I added my new port, and things are working fine. Thanks.
Mar
9
accepted Getting Apache on UBuntu to listen to a non-standard port
Mar
9
asked Getting Apache on UBuntu to listen to a non-standard port
Oct
9
comment Why change default ssh port?
Yep. When I had ssh on port 22, I had >20000 failed password attempts showing up in my logs per day. Which meant I got a security warning email every day. I had password authentication disabled - you had to have a proper private key to login - so I wasn't worried about someone getting in, but I'd rather get security warning emails only when something real was happening.
Oct
6
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