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Barracuda Load Balancer

Understanding HTTP Caching

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Use the WEBSITES > HTTP Caching page to edit caching parameters for a Service or Rule:
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From this page you can set the following parameters:
  • Enable/disable caching for the Service or Rule
  • Specify response file extensions that can be cached
  • Specify maximum and minimum object size for caching
  • Specify whether to ignore request headers, response headers, and negative responses
  • Enter the default cached object expiration age

For more information on editing caching parameters for a Layer 7 HTTP or HTTPS Service or Rule, log into the Barracuda Load Balancer web interface, go to the WEBSITES > HTTP Caching page, click the Edit icon next to the Service or Rule you wish to change, and then click the Help button.

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