Justin

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  • Justin commented,

    It sounds like a problem with the test rather than anything else, to be honest! In any case, this isn't something we're likely to be able to diagnose here, so a Support ticket is your best bet.

  • Justin commented,

    Hi If you're seeing intermittent gzipping it may be because the Vary header isn't being used and the compressed and uncompressed versions of the object are being stored separately. If that is the ...

  • Justin commented,

    Hi Suraj There are a few things that need to be in place to get Image Optimization working. It would be better if you sent in a ticket to our Support Team at support@fastly.com and we'll follow it...

  • Justin commented,

    If I'm understanding you correctly, you want to use an alternate origin only if a particular path has been requested. (I'm assuming the actual path **category** doesn't really exist) As long as you...

  • Justin commented,

    Yes, you can! All you need is to add the domain name or IP address of your origin server to the configuration. See here for more details: https://docs.fastly.com/guides/basic-setup/sign-up-and-cre...

  • Justin commented,

    Hi AravindKumar No, we don't have a way to see the URLs associated with a Surrogate Key.

  • Justin commented,

    Hi Cherian We don't currently have image optimization capabilities but we know some companies that do. You can check out imgix or cloudinary who are providers we know and rate.

  • Justin commented,

    Hi Yes, you can use req.http.fastly-ff to test if the node is in a shield POP. If it's set the request has passed through another POP already. See https://docs.fastly.com/guides/performance-tuni...

  • Justin commented,

    In the Fastly configuration for the service you can add a condition targeting only certain file extensions that will make all other requests PASS. If they PASS they won't be cached in our CDN. For...

  • Justin commented,

    No charges from Fastly. As mentioned in our docs [[1]] we don't expect the log traffic to be vastly more than the request traffic, and this is the case for the majority of our customers. [quote] ...