from time to time varnish-cache gives me a white pages. how can i fix this?

asked 20 Jun '10, 16:25

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Could you please provide some more information on your problem? I don't know what "varnish-cache" and what "gives me a white page" means. Thanks in advance!

(21 Jun '10, 04:54) guerda

Varnish is a reverse transparent proxy, kinda like you can configure Squid to do. Varnish is used by Facebook, among others who desire high availability for forward looking servers while decreasing the actual load on the HTTP servers themselves.

It is a very good proxy, and they call it an http accelerator.

But without anything other than it, " me a while pages.", No one here is going to be able to do much in regards to solving your issue.

If you can go back, and edit your question, I'll be happy to lend some assistance here since I run it for a few clients myself.

Or you can visit the wiki HERE


answered 03 Jul '10, 02:07

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