Invalidate just one page under a location directive.
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Wed Feb 8 12:02:16 UTC 2012
08 февраля 2012, 13:37 от Quintin Par : > Thanks would be difficult because my intention is to maintain per page > cache. So we are talking about 1000+ pages and more being created > dynamically. > > -Quintin > > 2012/2/8 Валентин Бартенев > > > On Wednesday 08 February 2012 11:44:04 Quintin Par wrote: > > > Hi all, > > > > > > A section of my virtual(say /industry) is cached with > > > > > > proxy_cache_key $scheme$host$request_uri; > > > > > > key. This will cache all pages under this virtual. I do cache > > invalidation > > > by firing a request with > > > > > > proxy_cache_bypass > > > > > > Now if I need to invalidate cache for a page under this virtual, how > > should > > > I go about doing it? > > > > > > Say /industry is the location directive > > > > > > I need to invalidate just > > > > > > /industry/category/cars > > > > > > How do I do this? Do you want to do per-request cache invalidation based on client information (header values, cookies, originating IP etc.), so the cache is bypassed whenever a client sends a request that matches your cache invalidation criteria, or do you want to be able to invalidate a certain URI for all future clients and requests by sending some kind of "switch caching off for this URI" request? Max
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