Will Delves

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  • Will Delves commented,

    How does this relate to what's on the Fastly pages here: https://www.fastly.com/blog/fastlys-edge-modules-that-will-power-your-ecommerce-site/ Visitor Prioritization When an ecommerce site st...

  • Will Delves commented,

    Agreed - this would be really useful! The existing URL parameter functions are good (removing, whitelisting etc) - but having a function to get a given parameter value would be great.

  • Will Delves commented,

    Thanks for the response Doc - much appreciated!

  • Will Delves commented,

    I got the same issue when I tied too (as I stated as "though I don't seem to be allowed to update the timeout as I want to in the code below"). Frustrating, as allowing this would be an ...

  • Will Delves created a post,

    Updating the backend definitions in VCL at runtime

    Hi, We’ve got a system where some of the requests take a little longer than others, and we need to increase the timeout on them. Rather than creating a new origin definition, I’m wondering if it ...

  • Will Delves commented,

    @Aspires - any update on this?

  • Will Delves created a post,

    Use of randombool and std.atoi

    Hi, I’m trying to use std.atoi to convert a string to a number, and then using this in randombool (which takes two integers). For example: set req.http.X-Percentage-Needed = “45”; if ( randombool...

  • Will Delves created a post,

    Updating Edge Dictionaries from within VCL

    I’ve just read the blog article on Edge Dictionaries - https://www.fastly.com/blog/announcing-edge-dictionaries-make-faster-decisions-edge It looks really useful, especially the ability to change ...

  • Will Delves created a post,

    How long since an object was last accessed

    Hi, I’m setting up some logging and one of the items it would be useful to know is how long it was since the object was last accessed. Standard VCL has obj.lastuse. The documentation states for ...