[typo] cache mechanism in production mode

Piers Cawley pdcawley at bofh.org.uk
Tue May 15 09:27:38 EDT 2007

On 15/05/07, Alex Deva <alxx at indigenious.ro> wrote:
> I'm not very sure how the caching works with Typo, but it certainly
> doesn't work the same if in production or development mode.
> In development, everything works as expected; however, in production
> mode, pages in cache don't expire when they should. I changed the
> default template to show login/logout links, and the name of
> whoever's logged in at the moment, and unless I clear the cache
> manually, it shows the user as logged in even after he logs out, and
> viceversa. Again, this only happens in production mode. If I disable
> caching, things work fine.
> Any insights?

Yes. The pages got generated and pushed into the cache while you were
logged in. When you log out, you continue to look at pages that are in
the cache. You'll need to tweak things to populate the login/logout
and whoever's logged stuff via AJAX requests if you want it to
continue working.

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