On 04/27/2012 07:50 PM, Daniele Segato wrote:
Hi, I'm experimenting with squid and a service I'm writing. my service compute ETag and return it along with other Http header
But squid is not sending me the "If-None-Match" header I have situation where the Last-Modified date doesn't change, the ETag work in identifying what's a 304 and what's not. The last modified date check fails there (give 304 when the content has been actually modified). So I need squid to give me If-None-Match is there some config to enable? Am I doing something wrong?
Apparently I'm hitting bug: http://bugs.squid-cache.org/show_bug.cgi?id=2112 opened since 2007..I don't see any chance of seen it resolved anytime soon (and I wouldn't be able to upgrade squid to the last version anyway).
so, can you suggest any workaround? thanks
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