Is'nt any answer for my previous quiestion out there? about how to say
varnish not to serve "Reload" requests from the cache?
However I have 2 further questions and really appreciate if somebody could
help, I tried to find it in wiki , without any success
1. How to configure varnish to authenticate from an external server(like
openldap), is it possible at all?
2. How varnish deals with ssl requests, does one need further
configuration for that or it is done by default?
On 16 April 2012 20:04, shahab bakhtiyari <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > Thank you very much Jonathan
> I set -t 0 in the /etc/default/varnish file and problem was partialy
> solved. Now I dont get the "hit on uncacheable objects" , but there
> are still many " hit on reload request" errors. Do you have any clue how
> to fix that?
> On 15 April 2012 19:25, Jonathan Matthews <email@example.com> wrote:
>> On 15 April 2012 18:14, shahab bakhtiyari <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> > Hi everybody
>> > I am doing some benchmarking tests using polygraph tool. Polygraph
>> > both client and server processes to benchmark proxies. When running with
>> > varnish, I get large number of errors telling "hit on uncacheable
>> > It seems that varnish ignores(at least some of) uncacheable headers. I
>> > just using the default configurations and not familiar with vcl. Would
>> > really appreciate if you tell me how to solve the problem
>> Without more information, I'd guess your problem is the same as that
>> experienced in this thread:
>> Read the thread through.
>> Then change your default_ttl setting to 0, or override it in VCL.
>> Jonathan Matthews
>> Oxford, London, UK
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