I’m experimenting with Origin Cache-Control page rule in combination with Cache Level: Cache Everything page rule.
If I set the Cache Level: Cache Everything and then set Origin Cache-Control to “off”, then I don’t see any difference to when Origin Cache-Control is not set at all.
If I set Origin Cache-Control to “on”, then the only difference is that cf-cache-status is returned as “BYPASS” instead of “MISS” for requests that return “cache-control: max-age=0, private, must-revalidate”
Is there any value of using Origin Cache-Control page rule at all in combination with “Cache Level: Cache Everything”?
If not then when is using “Origin Cache-Control” useful? Is it only useful for static resources, like images, cacheable by Cloudflare by default?