Christian J van den Bosch wrote:
>> anybody have any experience of the following
>> two virtual domains hosted on one IP address by apache
>> if you attempt to view first one, then the other, through squid, any url
> paths you view in the second domain that correspond to ones you have
> viewed in the first domain are considered (apparently by squid) to be
> equivalent to ones in the first domain.
>>http://www.twoweird.com>> both produce the same page when viewed behind a squid proxy
>> Any ideas on how to fix this?
I've never used squid, but I suspect that squid has been configured to
cache data by IP address, not by full address, so when two name-based
virtual domains resolve to the same IP, squid doesn't bother to
verify that the data is actually rhe same.
See if you can find a config switch to get squid to keep track of the
full hostname of the cached data.
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