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17 Jul 2019
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Investigating ArvanCloud Cache Responses

The ar-cache response header is used to make sure that the website’s resources are cached in ArvanCloud edge servers. The phrase present in this header indicates caching status . This article discusses the possible states of this header . Various Caching States and their Meaning After activating the ArvanCloud content distribution…

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16 Jul 2019
Reading time 14 Minutes

Investigating the Browser Caching Concept

Browser Caching is saving some (or all) of a website’s resources on the user’s browser and not receiving them with every visit to the website. The browser saves these resources in its local cache for a specific period of time. Depending on caching policy, the browser should send a request to…

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16 Jul 2019
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Testing a Website on the Main Server without Turning off the Cloud Icon

After activating the ArvanCloud content distribution network or CDN, the cloud icon in the user panel will turn on for your website. When this icon turns on, the address for your website’s main host server will be hidden behind ArvanCloud servers, and the response to checking the website with its name…

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10 Jul 2019
Reading time 2 Minutes

The meaning of Ar-cache and ar-atime headers

After activating ArvanCloud CDN, ar-cache and ar-atime headers are displayed in response to the user’s requests. Definition of Ar-cache Ar-cache can have two values of : Miss and Hit Ar-cache with a MISS value means that the request content is not cached in ArvanCloud servers and is being returned directly from…

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