[TYPO3-50-general] Lighttpd as "standard"

Johannes Reichardt typo3 at gramba.de
Tue Nov 14 17:29:17 CET 2006

Hi Masi,
> Well, built-in is fine. AFAIK, TYPO3 has been changed to set cache control 
> headers correctly, so admins have already successfuly used Apaches builtin 
> cache/proxies.
> If you think that lighttpd needs some more http headers for caching see if 
> we can add them via hooks. AFAIK there are already some for the purpose of 
> caching.
As i see the cache/proxy solutions only cache full webpages - which is 
great but in en-vogue "web 2.0" applications with logged in users for 
you have a big mix of static and dynamic most of the time which sucks 
most performance. I think about something like a session/condition based way
to return a functions data the normal way *or* from cached static data.

something like

class my_Componoent {
    function my_Component() {
       return t3_core->cache(showUserInfo(),'CACHE CONDITIONS HERE');
   function showUserInfo() [
       return 'foo';

- Johannes

> Masi
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