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Configure Caching to use with login in and restricted content

Hi, our Site runs well for non-logged in users using caching. We have however some 5000 objects not available to the public, only visible for logged in users with permissions. This works, but cached browsing in Pawtucket2 (latest non-dev Version) does not take into account your login status. So the browsing does not show the "hidden" objects but searching for them or directly accessing them in Pawtucket2 works. Can this caching behaviour be changed? We’re using the default content_caching.conf because it’s not documented (e.g. I don’t understand) how it works.



  • Anybody? It’s really weird...

  • Some more infos:

    • setup.php: define('__CA_CACHE_BACKEND__', 'redis');
    • redis works
    • app.conf: do_content_caching = 1
    • browse.conf: cache_timeout = 300
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