Varnish is caching pages when I go onto my website anonymously.
I have "Cache Pages for anonymous users" turned on so this is expected.
But when I login it continues to load the cached page for the pages I visited when I was logged out, so the user specific menu never shows and the login button continues to show even though I'm logged in.
I though Varnish didn't work for logged in users and I'm using the default drupal caching system which I thought didn't work for logged in users? How can I prevent this?
LEMP Stack - Ubuntu Server 12.04
APC + Memcached
Drupal Caching Settings:
Cache pages for anonymous users -> enabled
Minimum cache lifetime -> 0
Expiration of cached pages -> 6 hours
Varnish Module Settings:
Varnish cache clearing: Drupal default
I installed Varnish using this guide and this Varnish config file: http://andrewdunkle.com/how-install-varnish-drupal-7
I disabled browser caching in Firefox and I still get Varnish cache hits on my homepage however now the menu loads correctly. What does this imply?