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Re: RE: Multiple upstream_cache_status headers in response in a dual-cache configuration

October 06, 2017 08:26AM
Hi,

Thank you Maxim and Reinis for your replies. I verified that when the response from backend-hdd-cache gets cached in the front-end ssd-cache, the response includes the X-Upstream-Server-Cache-Status header added from the hdd-cache-upstream.Hence, I am seeing two headers in a response served by my ssd-cache - one from the cached file, and one added by the front-end-proxy.

Yes, by adding proxy_hide_header, I was able to avoid the second header in the response to client.

One more question: Is there any mechanism to avoid or exclude the X-Upstream-Server-Cache-Status header (or in general, any specific headers) from being added in the metadata header of the cached file?

Thanks,
Rajesh
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Multiple upstream_cache_status headers in response in a dual-cache configuration

rnmx18 October 06, 2017 03:05AM

Re: Multiple upstream_cache_status headers in response in a dual-cache configuration

Maxim Dounin October 06, 2017 07:28AM

RE: Multiple upstream_cache_status headers in response in a dual-cache configuration

Reinis Rozitis October 06, 2017 07:40AM

Re: RE: Multiple upstream_cache_status headers in response in a dual-cache configuration

rnmx18 October 06, 2017 08:26AM

Re: Multiple upstream_cache_status headers in response in a dual-cache configuration

pbooth October 06, 2017 09:28PM



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