[SOLVED] apache webserver does not reload new index.html
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i am using redhat linux 9.0 .i have started a webserver by servic httpd start.and a client has got my index.html.i have modified the index.html page but my client stills gets the old index.html page.i heve tried to stop and start httpd,network but nothing has worked could you please tell my why the web server is lot displaying the new index.html pages?
maybe your index.html has allowed to be cached ?
try to fetch the page using
wget -S http://youraddress
and check the headers and the response. Is it still old ?
Are you sure you modified in the correct location ?