Sam Saffron

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  • Sam Saffron commented,

    So just to clarify, req.http.Fastly-Orig-Accept-Encoding is something you add from your side? not something requesters are expected to add to the HTTP requests? How do I go about inserting the ru...

  • Sam Saffron commented,

    Just an update, I have brotli enabled on https://meta.discourse.org it works, I can see Vary:Accept-Encoding in the response headers. Is there any reason this is not coming through the CDN?

  • Sam Saffron commented,

    Sure ... I am setting up CDN for all our enterprise customers. Initially I was going to set up one site per customer, but it needed a few rules like, removing cookies, more aggressive caching and...

  • Sam Saffron created a post,

    Is there a simple way to "clone a setup" from an existing setup

    I need to set up 10-20 different sites based on a template, is there a clean way for me to clone an existing site and just change the 1-2 fields that need changing? cc @aspires

  • Sam Saffron commented,

    By "working within fastly" I assume you just set up multiple backends and then use a rule to direct traffic to the correct origin. Is there an example config for this somewhere?

  • Sam Saffron commented,

    aha, I just added that header, will deploy shortly. I really don't care about causing issues with ie6 and below :) Thanks heaps for pointing this out.

  • Sam Saffron created a post,

    Are there any SPDY plans?

    Do Fastly have any plans to support SPDY at the CDN endpoints?

  • Sam Saffron commented,

    This is super strange, I am getting content length of 200k on both the source and origin as opposed to your 650k ``` MBA:~ sam$ curl --compress -w "\nLookup time:\t%{timenamelookup}\nConnect...

  • Sam Saffron commented,

    Thats odd, I am definitely seeing gzip enabled when I am testing. Are you sure you sent curl up "Accept-Encoding:gzip" when you did the test?

  • Sam Saffron commented,

    Download speeds still feel a bit slow despite getting hits now, for example from web page test it is taking us 708ms to download this 200kb file ```text URL: https://meta-discourse.global.ssl.fast...