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I'm using Apache as a reverse proxy for an application running on a local port. I want to cache responses from this application in memory. So requesting the same URL frequently should give me cached responses from Apache, not fresh responses from the application itself. Note: these are dynamic responses to GET requests, not static files. I read the docs and decided to go with Memcached.

Here's my configuration:

CacheEnable socache /
CacheSocache memcache:localhost:11211
CacheHeader on
CacheDefaultExpire 86400
CacheMaxExpire 604800

ProxyRequests     Off
ProxyPreserveHost On
AllowEncodedSlashes NoDecode
ProxyPass         /  http://localhost:2322/ nocanon
ProxyPassReverse  /  http://localhost:2322/
ProxyPassReverse  /  http://my.domain.com/
RequestHeader set X-Forwarded-Proto "https"
RequestHeader set X-Forwarded-Port "443"

Somehow, absolutely nothing is being stored in Memcached when I check the stats. What am I doing wrong?

EDIT: also tried CacheEnable socache http://localhost:2322/ without success.

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AFAIK this isn't something that can (or should) be done in Apache itself. A dedicated cacher/load balancer like Varnish should be used instead.

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