Cache Level: Cache Everything
Edge Cache TTL: an hour
Origin Cache Control: Off
As we intentionally disabled Origin Cache Control I understand and accept that everything is cached regardless of headers set by application. But I don’t understand why redirects 302 (temporary) are included, and I don’t have any idea how to exclude them.
We use geo-localization, entering the page
https://example.com from England redirects to
http://example.com/en but when I do the same from a different country I am still redirected to
en. It is not an issue related to the home page, as it works also for subpages, so I can’t use the Cache Rule and just exclude
I was hoping for a Rule like
(http.status_code eq "302") then
Bypass cache, but I don’t see any such option. Any idea?
You can’t exclude by status code with a Page Rule, but you can with a Cache Rule — which also gives you a lot more flexibility as to what to cache.
Yes, this module gives flexibility, so now please advise me, on how to exclude redirects or better - redirects with 302 status.
Hit the Create Rule button and under Edge TTL you should see a bunch of options, including Status Code TTL. Set 302 with either “no-cache” or “no-store”. You should find online resources that explain the difference between the two.
Are you sure you wanted to downvote that response? That’s not exactly very kind towards someone volunteering his time.
As I understand You suggest something like this:
The rule that covers all URLs (I don’t see other options like “any url”), moving Edge TTL from Page Rules to the Cache Rules, and adding an exception?
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