How to setup Nginx as REALLY static-cache reverse proxy

Robert Paprocki rpaprocki at
Wed Jan 6 06:07:44 UTC 2016

Can you show us your config, debug logs, or any info that would help
troubleshoot the issue? See for
help on setting up debug logging.

On Tue, Jan 5, 2016 at 9:55 PM, austevo <nginx-forum at> wrote:

> I'm having the same issue with cache being browser dependent. I've tried
> setting up a crawl job using wget --recursive with Firefox and Chrome
> headers, but that doesn't seem to trigger server-side caching either.
> If I browse the site using Firefox, then caching works for Firefox, and
> Firefox only.
> If I browse the site using Chrome, then caching works for Chrome, and
> Chrome
> only.
> I'd like cache to be browser agnostic.
> Any ideas?
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