Proxy_cache recursive update.

Valentin V. Bartenev ne at
Tue Feb 21 15:30:34 UTC 2012

On Tuesday 21 February 2012 12:14:26 atrus wrote:
> Hi guys,
> I know that nginx proxy_cache is based on url (page). The cache file is
> something like this :
> ./c/a00b4dce27af1b06075339f598a4050c
> and it includes all the content of that page : text, image, banner, ...
> Suppose that I have a site map (on real server) like this :
> /page1.html
> /page2.html
> /page3.html
> /banner.jpeg
> all the three pages are include the banner.jpeg by tag <img ...
> The problem is, when I update the banner.jpeg with a new one (same file
> name) on the real server, and I've updated the cached file banner.jpeg
> on cached server (remove that cache file), but when I surf the
> page1.html on cache server, it's still include the old banner.jpeg :(

Do you mean, browser still include the old banner.jpeg? So, that's browser cache, 
not nginx.

 wbr, Valentin V. Bartenev

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