Nginx cache-control headers issue
francis at daoine.org
Fri Jul 19 22:47:15 UTC 2019
On Thu, Jul 18, 2019 at 06:44:13PM -0400, andregr-jp wrote:
> I have an nginx proxy which suddenly adding 2 cache-control headers and the
> last modified time is always the current time:
I suspect that whatever is being reverse-proxied changed recently to
send these headers.
> #Add Headers
> add_header Cache-Control 'public max-age=31536000
add_header is "please send this in the nginx response, as well as
> proxy_hide_header x-amz-id-2;
proxy_hide_header is "please do not send this, from upstream to the
> proxy_ignore_headers Cache-Control;
proxy_ignore_headers is "don't use these special headers".
> I don't know why is adding this control header: Cache-Control: private,
> max-age=3600, max-stale=0
You probably want to add "proxy_hide_header Cache-Control"; or to change
back whatever changed on your upstream which made it claim that things
You can look at the response from upstream (e.g.,
$upstream_http_cache_control) to confirm whether the header is set there.
Francis Daly francis at daoine.org
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