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Re: Issues-list item "CACHING-CGI"

From: Kolics Bertold, University of Veszprem <bertold@tohotom.vein.hu>
Date: Thu, 17 Apr 1997 15:41:41 +0200 (MET DST)
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> Actually, the simple #1 rule for caching/non-caching of all time is:
> 	NEVER cache an HTTP/1.0 response that does not carry a
> 	Last-modified: header.
I don't think that would be right. Ari: sorry for mentioning this, but
that seems to be a good example: the URL http://home.netscape.com/ does
not contain Last-Modified header, but at our campus couple of users often
visit this site. I don't want our backbone congested by this traffic since
this page doesn't change in every minute or so.


 Kolics, Bertold                             E-Mail: bertold@tohotom.vein.hu
 University of Veszprem, Hungary        W3: http://tohotom.vein.hu/~bertold/
 Information Engineering Course
Received on Thursday, 17 April 1997 06:42:49 UTC

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