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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by viiviiviivii, Sep 23, 2003.

  1. viiviiviivii

    viiviiviivii Registered

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    Hey there...

    I have had CPanel for a few months, it is great! I am however, currently experiencing a very strange issue with my live server.

    http://translationbooth.com/
    httpd, mod_rewrite, mod_jk2, tomcat

    To replicate the problem, simply navigate the site.. It is usually accentuated when multiple users hit the site.

    For some reason I get back cached versions of older pages that have been previously requested.

    If I turn off mod_rewrite, it still happens.

    I was wondering if there was any caching features in CPanel that may cause this...

    Actually.. I just tested it on the actual server.. and it always gave me the correct response... Does CPANEL change anything to do with cache control? I am thinking that a transparent proxy might be causing my woes.

    Regards,

    Mr Ed.

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  2. mickeymouse

    mickeymouse Well-Known Member

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    Dear viiviiviivii,

    CAPNEL cache\'s your usage (caches cpanel pages and updates it every 15 minutes,usually) to use less system resources everytime you load the CPANEL. But it will not cache the domain pages. It should be something related to your web server. Please check that.

    Regards,

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    elleryjh Well-Known Member

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    or your web browser or your isp?

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  4. viiviiviivii

    viiviiviivii Registered

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    Woops

    Thanks Guys,

    My aplogies, I was so busy trying to figure this thing out.. that I forgot to update this post!

    Thankyou for your contributions..

    It turns out that the problem was Apache reusing child processes. I am guessing it has something to do with mod_jk, as, for some strange reason mod_jk / the child prrocess would return ANY result, not the actual correct response... So, it would appear to me that I was getting a cached response.. When in fact, I was just getting someone elses response!!

    Regards,

    Mr Ed

    :)

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