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To speed up access to your website, you can set up the HTTP cache. Here are the steps required to do this:
So that the cache can query the upstream to determine that the targeted
resource has not been changed, the application must provide the
A response CANNOT be cached if:
Vary header is
Content-Type header is not present,
Content-Type is not one of the following values:
Cache-Control header takes one of the following values:
Set-Cookie header is present,
Authorization header exists, but
Cache-Control takes none of
the following values:
The HTTP status code is not one of the following:
This is done in Web > Sites > Modify the site > Cache.
PURGE can be executed in three different ways at alwaysdata:
https://test.alwaysdata.net/foo/bar). This will remove the related cache entry and its variations (generated by the
X-Cache-Purge-Match: wildcardheader and adding a wildcard to your URL (e.g.
https://test.alwaysdata.net/*). This will remove all entries matching the URL template;
X-Cache-Purge-Match: startswithheader and adding a partial path to your URL (e.g.
https://test.alwaysdata.net/foo). This will remove all entries matching the URL template (and thus