what does "max-ncache-ttl 0;" mean?
dot at dotat.at
Wed Mar 2 13:29:13 UTC 2016
MURTARI, JOHN <jm5903 at att.com> wrote:
> So far, all the postings I've seen just echo what he already said (and
> knows). The question is - what happens when you set it to ZERO?
> I'm wondering myself - anyone have a real answer?
The code says zero means zero, so in effect it would disable negative
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