Any method for NGINX (as a web-server) to skip metadata and serve content from cached file?
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Fri Sep 29 09:58:33 UTC 2017
While caching files on disk, NGINX-proxy adds certain metadata at the the
beginning of the file.
Can such files be served by NGINX (acting a server)? Is there a method to
skip the metadata part and just serve the content from such a cached file.?
Apologies if this is a dumb question. Just starting to get familiar with
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