If you’re thinking about running Varnish 4.x on a systemd system, you may be surprised that many of your “older” configs no longer work.
Here’s what happend last week on this blog, just in case you missed it. The Real Cost of the “S” in HTTPS The Pirate Bay calls it quits Generate PHP core dumps on segfaults in PHP-FPM Varnish tip: see which cookies are being stripped in your VCL Chrome To Explicitly Mark HTTP Connections As Non-Secure […]
You can reload the Varnish VCL configuration without actually restarting Varnish. A restart would stop the varnishd process and start it anew, clearing all the cache it has built up in the meantime. But you can also reload the varnish configurations, to load your new VCL without losing the cache. Beware though, there are times […]