Forum: Ruby on Rails AWS Elastic Beanstalk - Passenger Standalone - Rails not setting asset cache headers

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Neo Elit (Guest)
on 2016-05-12 15:22
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I have a rails application running on AWS EB with passenger standalone.
However the asset served doesn't seem to set cache headers.
What is the preferred way to do this?

I tried running standalone in a single instance and it's properly
cache headers. However that's not the case in aws elastic beanstalk. Any
help to tackle this problem?
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