Why do all URLs on my site work normally (via CNAME for Google Storage)?
However, the URL “/topz” gives 404:
Link on CloudFlare: https://precoatualizado.com.br/topz
Direct link / CNAME to Google Storage: https://storage.googleapis.com/precoatualizado.com.br/topz
I opened a call on Google CloudStorage, which informed me how some kind of CloudFlare redirect
I opened a CloudFlare ticket in a few days and didn’t get a return from support
Doesnt load directly from your server either.
Again, not the same path.
Pause Cloudflare, wait for DNS propagation, make sure that your site is properly working everywhere and only then unpause Cloudflare.
Of course it does, because the error comes from your server as I mentioned already an hour ago. You need to fix that on your server.
Not a server
is a Google Cloud Storage. Servlesss
Do these 2 work for you?
these 2 work for you?
There is still a server of course.
Again, that is an issue on your server. Contact either Google or the person responible for maintaining your site. This is not a Cloudflare issue I am afraid.
Response from Google:
I have attempted a replication on my side and I also encountered a problem when serving your file ‘topz’. Other files like ‘categorias’, ‘tops’, etc. are being served appropriately.
When serving ‘topz’ it appears to be doing something or accessing an unauthorized link. It also tried to download a suspicious file which prompted me to stop my replication for security measures.
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The follow the steps suggested by Google. Once again, thats not a Cloudflare issue and the forum here cant help you I am afraid.
Google says the problem is with Cloudflare. and Cloudflare says the problem is google
Thank for you patient
Where did Google say the issue is with Cloudflare? And again, the issue appears also with Cloudflare paused. So the issue is evidently with the server. Keep Cloudflare paused and contact Google again.
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