[rt-users] Performance issues with RT3 (all versions)

Vivek Khera vivek at khera.org
Thu Aug 5 11:38:25 EDT 2004

On Aug 4, 2004, at 8:42 AM, Jason Armstrong wrote:

> I want to use mod_proxy to speed up the performance. However, I have
> read that for caching using mod_proxy:
>> You have to produce correct Content-Length, Last-Modified and Expires
>> http headers for it to work.

You'll still get benefit of putting a mod_proxy in front of your RT 
instance (assuming it is running mod_perl).  Why this is true can be 
found in the mod_perl tuning docs that come with mod_perl.  I don't 
think I need to repeat my words here again :-)

But if you're all on the local LAN, that reason may not hold true....

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