A partial URL prefix below which caching is disabled
A cache type and partial URL prefix below which caching is enabled
Ignore requests from the client for uncached content
Ignore Responses where there is no Last Modified Header
Attempt to cache responses that the server has marked as private
Attempt to cache requests or responses that have been marked as no-store.
The maximum time in seconds to cache a document
On if the transparent cache should be enabled
Maximum number of bytes of content to buffer for a streamed response
How to migrate from HP Apache 2.0.xDo not store the given HTTP header(s) in the cache.
http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/mod/directive-dict.html - DescriptionIgnore query string when caching
http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/mod/directive-dict.html - DescriptionThe factor used to compute an expiry date based on the LastModified date.
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A disk based storage manager, generally used for proxy caching.
The number of characters in subdirectory names
The number of levels of subdirectories in the cache
The maximum file size to cache a document
The minimum file size to cache a document
The directory to store cache files
The maximum disk space used by the cache in KbHow to migrate from HP Apache
CacheTimeMarginAn mmap based and/or file handle based storage manager that allows the server file system to control whether the file is in memory or not. This is an extension of the mod_mmap_static module