[ZWeb] Re: [Zope.org-internal] Re: [Zopeorg-webmaster] Downloadof
Zope 2.8.3 is not possible
jim at zope.com
Wed Oct 19 15:28:31 EDT 2005
Andrew Sawyers wrote:
> Ok guys.....
> I'm willing to eat a little crow on this one. I blame it on being on a lap
> top on prone to mucho interruptions (excuse mode off). The condition for
> this was actually more then the response I originally thought. When a
> unauthorized page is accessed on zope.org - you get a 302 to a require_login
> script, which in turn does a 302 to the login form. The below was the
> response from the final redirect - not the initial one! The initial
> redirect actually has a cache hit....thus the problem was obvious. The page
> which generated the intial redirect was a file system skin, which is cache
> policy manager aware - and thus was getting the default policy applied. As
> of now, zope.org caches nothing explicity in the cache policy manager EXCEPT
> for .css and .js files. The squid servers explicitly are configured to NOT
> cache pages rendered by zope which do not have explicit cache headers
> already set. So, any further weird caching should be traceable to the
> various ram caches and/or httpd accelerated caches in the zope.org site and
> not attributable to the framework cache policy or squid itself.
We are caching the release files themselves. I hope.
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