Temporary Redirect 307

Igor Janevski i.janevski at itearesearch.com
Mon Oct 25 13:53:54 MSD 2010

As far as i can tell google chrome on linux does that and IE for sure.
To be more precise whenever i have a JS, PNG or something static and the 
IP changes the browser still uses the last IP and fails loading. 
Probably it might be the cache settings but i don't want to change 
anything else in the configuration . I read somewhere that 307 redirects 
are not cached by the browser, i.e. it will request it again from the 
original adress (the static one, http://example.com/big.mpg) , that one 
will redirect to the dynamic which will return the data or or just 
not-modified ...

IMHO, that clearly differs from 302 redirect .

On 10/25/2010 11:47 AM, Nicholas Sherlock wrote:
> On 25/10/2010 8:05 p.m., Igor Janevski wrote:
>> The browsers which already asked for the file will cache it and will
>> directly try to find via the PUBLICIP which is no longer valid
> Which browsers do that? Last time I looked at that, the browser I was 
> using absolutely would not cache redirects no matter what caching 
> directives the redirect offered.
> Cheers,
> Nicholas Sherlock
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