Apache Cache

Hi,

I have a strange problem. I have implemented fragment caching. I am
pulling my delicious links to my site. I print out to the log every time
it connects to delicious.

From the logs I see that it is not using the cached fragment. It
connects on every page load. This is running under Apache2 (ubuntu). I
am using the default .htacess file that came with RoR.

However when I run it under Web Brick I see that it is indeed using the
cached page and has stored it “tmp/cache/”

I understand that by default it stores the cache in the public folder.
I have checked that it is not a permission problem.

I would really appreciate any help with this problem.

Thank you.

Kind Regards
Hamza

Hi Everyone.

I have just uncommented this line in the environment.rb file :

config.action_controller.fragment_cache_store = :file_store,
“#{RAILS_ROOT}/cache”

And it all seems to work. Sorry.

Kind Regards
Hamza

Hamza Khan-Cheema wrote:

Hi,

I have a strange problem. I have implemented fragment caching. I am
pulling my delicious links to my site. I print out to the log every time
it connects to delicious.

From the logs I see that it is not using the cached fragment. It
connects on every page load. This is running under Apache2 (ubuntu). I
am using the default .htacess file that came with RoR.

However when I run it under Web Brick I see that it is indeed using the
cached page and has stored it “tmp/cache/”

I understand that by default it stores the cache in the public folder.
I have checked that it is not a permission problem.

I would really appreciate any help with this problem.

Thank you.

Kind Regards
Hamza

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