We got an issue in Singapore Region:
Our DNS use ‘Proxied’ feature for origin on AWS Singapore Region.
Recently, the response time is slower than before.
before ( normal ): response time ~ 100ms
recently: response time ~ 800ms (We checked the access to aws load balancer directly , not via ‘Proxied’, the response time is less than 20ms )
From 2020-May-05 05:02 UTC, the response time has been normal again.
In other region, everything is ok.
My question is: what happened between CloudFlare and AWS network in Singapore recently ?
For me this seems to be a global issue:
I do not use CloudFlare “Cache Everything” because of dynamic content.
But I noticed at my Website which uses “FRA” as CloudFlare-Ray that my TTFB is very very high.
When I call a site which is getting routed through CloudFlare-Ray “FRA” I get a TTFB of about 500ms-600ms
[2020.05.02 TTFB CloudFlare]
The response Header looks like this:
[2020.05.02 TTFB CloudFlare Header]
When I bypass CloudFlare (with curl) my TTFB is at 40ms.
Also when I call other sites which are static (like this one…
I know some say its just in germany, but at the same time more and more people are complaining about slow CloudFlare speed and high response times
Edit: it is very very normal that dynamic requests are (ofc) slower when proxied, but just by 10-20ms.
This difference is not normal at all. But all proxied dynamic requests are slower then not proxied
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Thank you for your info.
I think that it is from CloudFlare. CF prioritizes traffic for paid plans, and sometime it routes your traffic to another PoP …
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