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Tue Jul 14 23:23:13 MSD 2009
Jim Ohlstein wrote:
> Igor Sysoev wrote:
>> On Mon, Jul 13, 2009 at 11:09:34PM -0400, Jim Ohlstein wrote:
>>> It is now logging "HIT" or "MISS" for each request in that location
>>> It is safe to assume that with fastcgi_cache_min_uses set at 2 that
>>> for every first miss shared memory is allocated, that the file is
>>> written to the cache on the second miss, and that each logged "hit"
>>> is an actual serve from the cache (third and subsequent requests for
>>> the file)?
>> Yes. Currently, there are "MISS", "EXPIRED", "STALE", "UPDATING", and
>> states. If you will think out a good name for state when miss is just
>> but not cached, I will make this state.
> "MISS-NOT_CACHED" fairly well tells the story, if it's not too long.
> Otherwise "MISS-NC".
> Or perhaps "MISS-COUNTING".
How about "UNCACHED"?
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