|Summary:||Mime types for cached proxied content|
|Product:||Apache httpd-2||Reporter:||Nadav Pe'er <nadav>|
|Component:||mod_cache||Assignee:||Apache HTTPD Bugs Mailing List <bugs>|
Description Nadav Pe'er 2007-04-22 01:51:51 UTC
When using the ProxyPass directive after enabling mod_cache via the mod_mem_cache storage engine MIME types revert to the DefaultType directive even if a force type directive has been placed in the http.conf file. This is similar to bug 39266 which (I guess) resolves this issue for regular files, but not for proxied content.
Comment 1 Ruediger Pluem 2007-04-22 02:24:08 UTC
Please let us know your mime related, proxy related and cache related configuration. Do you always get the wrong mime type or only if the response is served from the cache?
Comment 2 Nadav Pe'er 2007-04-22 03:52:16 UTC
This only happens when served from the cache (does not happen on fist request). I am using Apache 2.2.4 as the reverse-proxy server (which gives me the problem), and Apache 2.0.58 as the back-end server (which serves with the correct mime type). related configuration from the Reverse Proxy (2.2.4) : # Mime config in main section DefaultType text/plain TypesConfig conf/mime.types AddHandler type-map var # Cache configuration in main section MCacheMaxObjectCount 1000000 MCacheMaxObjectSize 10000000 MCacheRemovalAlgorithm LRU MCacheSize 1000000 CacheDefaultExpire 86400 # CacheIgnoreNoLastMod On CacheLastModifiedFactor .1 CacheMaxExpire 86400 # Specific cache directory in virtual host CacheEnable mem http://source.mydomain/dir/ # Proxy configuration in Virtual Host: ProxyPass /dir http://source.mydomain/dir ProxyPassReverse /dir http://source.mydomain/dir Thank, Nadav.
Comment 3 Nadav Pe'er 2007-05-16 07:58:36 UTC
Hi, Is there anything new on this issue? Do you need more information ? Is there a workaround I can use ? Please advise. Thanks, Nadav.
Comment 4 Nadav Pe'er 2007-05-29 23:22:30 UTC
Hey, Is there anybody out there ? Please advise ... Please ...
Comment 5 Nadav Pe'er 2007-06-14 13:38:17 UTC
Any news ? Nadav.
Comment 6 Nadav Pe'er 2007-08-21 21:52:34 UTC
Hey guys, Is anyone looking at this ? Please advise.
Comment 7 Ruediger Pluem 2008-06-02 12:19:38 UTC
Can you please check if this problem still exists in the latest version (2.2.8)? Can you please check if the same problem happens if you use mod_disk_cache instead of mod_mem_cache?
Comment 8 William A. Rowe Jr. 2018-11-07 21:09:57 UTC
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