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Apache 2.2 mod_cache

As of Apache HTTP server version 2.2 mod_cache and mod_file_cache are no longer marked experimental and are considered suitable for production use.


First you need to have Apache 2.2 set to act as a proxy for the APache 1.3 running mod_perl and MKDoc, see:

Using mod_cache with MKDoc is fairly simple, this example configuration should do the trick, however this doesn't seem to work with Apache 2.2.0 that ships with Fedora Core 5 because of this bug:

There is no point in caching the users domain, this is an example for the public domain with an Apache 1.3 with mod_perl running on port 8080:

<VirtualHost *:80>
  ProxyRequests Off
  ProxyPass /
  ProxyPassReverse /
  CacheEnable mem /
  CacheIgnoreNoLastMod On

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