I put cloudflare back on my website. I have full strict enabled. It hangs quite frequently during the day and come back online. I checked with my hosting provider and it appears problem w/ my cloudflare config?
I ran diagnostics on your site and it gave me the following:
no_dnssec_found The site does not have any DNSSEC records.
not_found_ds_record The hostname has no DS records.
my website is wellness bachelor dot com
It is a website that is going to be helping guys with “mental illness”
I always take host comments with a grain of salt. There could be an issue, but they rarely want to take the time to investigate.
The 504 errors are caused by a problem connecting to an upstream server - meaning your server is trying to initiate a process and this fails to work as expected or times out. In most cases of 504 errors, back-end servers are not communicating correctly. When this happens, you will see color page with Cloudflare branding and the Error 504 Gateway Timeout. Review this Community Tip for fixing 502 or 504 gateway errors.
That wouldn’t explain why it’s intermittent. But you can certainly Pause Cloudflare (from the Overview settings page for your domain at dash.cloudflare.com, lower right corner) and give it five minutes to take effect. Then check that the site is working properly with HTTPS. Then make sure your settings here are Full (Strict) before un-pausing Cloudflare.
Error with Permissions-Policy header: Unrecognized feature: ‘interest-cohort’.
jquery-migrate.min.js?8037475bfa99d9c9d7ad5479d8dd022b:2 JQMIGRATE: Migrate is installed, version 1.4.1
DevTools failed to load source map: Could not load content for https://mysite.com/media/gantry5/assets/js/main.js.map: HTTP error: status code 404, net::ERR_HTTP_RESPONSE_CODE_FAILURE
invisible.js:1 [Deprecation] ‘window.webkitStorageInfo’ is deprecated. Please use ‘navigator.webkitTemporaryStorage’ or ‘navigator.webkitPersistentStorage’ instead.
Origin server was unable or unwilling to find the resource requested. This usually means the host server could not find the resource. To serve a more permanent version of this error one should use a 410 error code.
These errors typically occur when someone mistypes a URL on your site when there is a broken link from another page, when a page that previously existed is moved or removed, or there is an error when a search engine indexes your site. For a typical site, these errors account for approximately 3% of the total page views, but they’re often untracked by traditional analytics platforms like Google Analytics.
Website owners usually implement a custom page to be served when this error is generated.
Cloudflare does not generate 404s for customer websites, we only proxy the request from the origin server. When seeing a 404 for your Cloudflare powered site you should contact your hosting provider for help.