Search The mod_proxy Module

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Proxy access control statements are now placed inside a <Proxy> block rather than a <Directory proxy:>.
The caching functionality of the old mod_proxy has been split out into the following three modules:
  • mod_cache
  • mod_disk_cache
  • mod_mem_cache
These generally use directives similar to the older versions of the mod_proxy module, but it is advisable to verify each directive before migrating any cache settings.
For more on this topic, refer to the following documentation on the Apache Software Foundation's website:
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