Meaning of some Confluence URLs

Anyone know what these URLs point to in confluence?






(The last 3 seems to point to Javascript and images). Are they cachable (in Apache for instance)?

Thank you,

3 answers

I think the /s/* is for style sheets. Specifically, the batched style sheets that are combined and served up at run time. I don't believe they are cacheable because they are generated on the fly -- but maybe they are per-session?

can Atlassian chime in here? - can /s/<...> uniquely identify a session or a user?

/l$ are labels URLs

/s/* is static content in general. I cached in Apache and it improved performance.

quote: "I cached in Apache" =
"you yourself added some caching to Tomcat" or "it is cached in Apache"?

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