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How can I know how many bandwidth used by Cloudflare from my server?
After some research, I have new developments (new question) on this issue.
My Page Rule Settings:
And I have a few proxy servers for testing CDN caching, includes Hong Kong, Japan, US, etc…
Now I use the Hong Kong proxy server (in other words, use a Hong Kong IP address) to download file at
Good, this is as expected.
I use the same Hong Kong IP to download
app.exe again, the
Good, this is as expected, too.
Now I use a Japan IP to download
Why? Wasn’t it was cached?
Wasn’t it was cached?
Each colo has it’s own cache. When a cacheable resource is fetched from a colo in Hong Kong, it will be only be cached in the Hong Kong colo. If a visitor connects through a colo in Japan, Cloudflare will still request the resource from your origin. You could enable
Tiered Cache to reduce the number of requests that reach your origin.
Forgive my ignorance, what is colo?
what is colo
Co-Location, a common term to describe a shared hosting facility. A Cloudflare Data Center essentially. Sometimes called a POP (Point of Presence)
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