A cache is a local copy of a file that exists elsewhere. Caching can take place in the browser, on a dedicated machine on a network, or at an ISP.

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I do not want my website to be cached

I own a website that will be updated daily with clients. When I upload new info/web pages/amendments, the old cached version of the 1st page keeps popping up. How do I stop this....
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Eliminating 'cookie' from 'vary:' without breaking website functionality

I read that some middle-man servers won't cache websites that have cookie set in the vary: header. For example, If my website issues a vary:accept-encoding,cookie as opposed to vary:accept-encoding ...
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How much privacy is disclosed when looking at Google cached pages?

I have a question on something I read in the article found at this URL: http://navigators.com/cached.html "Many internet researchers incorrectly assume that clicking on Google's "cached" in a search ...
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What can I do in regards to the GPSI complaint on cache-control on dynamic images?

I ran google page-speed tests on my website again and it stated this... Setting an expiry date or a maximum age in the HTTP headers for static resources instructs the browser to load previously ...
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Set cache control from WAMP such that Firefox reports cached pages in the primed cache report

So I tried to allow cache by using <meta http-equiv="Cache-control" content="public, max-age=31536000"> but I'm not sure if the content of my pages are actually being cached. Although I ...
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mod_cache always stores cached files served over HTTPS with “443” in the file name which causes caching not to work well

The config file: <IfModule mod_cache.c> <IfModule mod_disk_cache.c> CacheRoot /var/cache/mod_cache CacheEnable disk / CacheDirLevels 5 CacheDirLength 2 ...
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What is the best way to invalidate an entire Amazon CloudFront cache or recreate the entire distribution?

After asking this question, I have decided to recreate some CloudFront distributions, as so many files need to be invalidated. But instead of creating a new distribution, is it possible to just ...
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Caching layer with DynamoDB?

I am programming a cloud web hosting website. All pages we host are created with our page creator software and they are only html and JavaScript. I am currently storing web pages in a mysql database ...
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NGinx Downloading instead of Serving

I have nginx setup on my ubuntu server as the web server with 3 config files (minus the site configs) All of my sites now download a application/octet-stream file rather than serving up the pages. ...
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How long does it take to re-index the website via noarchinve tag?

I read elsewhere on here that one can't re-index their site with google, but I like to challenge that. Currently, I have every page on my website (that contains about 1,000,000 pages) labeled with a ...
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How to view varnish purge requests?

I would like to view purge requests from the backend to debug whether the backend sends too many purge requests due to some issue. How can I do that with varnish? Somehow with varnishlog?
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Is there a way to make Alexa's ia_archiver slow down its crawling of my website?

Alexa's ia_archiver bot is the main contributor to the Internet Archive's "Wayback Machine" web collection, and there are advantages to having my website included in that collection. There are other ...