ryantownsend

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  • ryantownsend commented,

    Is there any update on this?

  • ryantownsend commented,

    Thanks Philipp, but unfortunately, we manage hundreds of services with changes to the dictionaries being made throughout the day – so this isn't something we can use Postman for in this way. We nee...

  • ryantownsend commented,

    Thanks Andrew. Yes – I agree it would be awesome elsewhere too :slight_smile:

  • ryantownsend created a post,

    Shared edge dictionaries

    Is it possible to have an edge dictionary within account but linked to multiple services, rather than just one? The use-case I’m trying to solve is: I’d like to maintain a table of URL redirects, ...

  • ryantownsend created a post,

    Feature Request: "latest" as a special key for version number in API calls

    If I want to list domains on my Fastly service, as far as I’m aware, I have to first lookup the current version number for a service before I can query GET /service/X/version/Y/domain. It would be ...

  • ryantownsend commented,

    It would be good to know how Shopify do it... they are a client of Fastly and they use Let's Encrypt? I appreciate the scale they operate at is vastly higher than many others, but presumably this m...

  • ryantownsend commented,

    @drwilco we have a few: The threshold of users allowed on to the site. Generally, this is left set to 100%, but can be lowered to limit traffic in event of exceptionally-high origin load. Mainten...

  • ryantownsend created a post,

    Variables & Constants

    I’ve seen the docs on how to set variables within subroutines but is there a way to define constants that can be read across the subroutines? Seems wasteful to be setting up variables on every vcl...

  • ryantownsend commented,

    It's a shame Fastly can't just handle the GZIP in these scenarios, provided the Cache-Control header doesn't contain no-transform, because I'm sure their stack will be much more optimised for this ...

  • ryantownsend commented,

    Is there a solution for this use-case? We're looking at authenticating requests, but we need it to work for POST / PATCH / DELETE etc, not just GET requests.