I set-up Grand CDN yesterday. Today, Avast reports my site as infected with malware. No other scanners find anything. Could be a false flag, but you better check.
Any chance that the DNS TTL can be doubled, tripped, or even quadrupled? Or why does GrandCDN’s TTL have to be so incredibly short? Can this be re-evaulated? Apple made the point at this is year’s WWDC that this is optimizing for something that nearly never happens. Specifically, here are the exact times in their […]
I’ve purged a few resources, waited 30 minutes, and then checked to see if the purge took effect only to find out that that BunnyCDN still serves an old copy of the resource. The URLs I use for testing are identical to the URLs I submitted for purging. I’m purging through the web dashboard using […]
I understand that IPv6 with Grandcdn doesn’t work at the moment. I tested IPv6 and my website works, but css and images and so are not loaded. Which is bad. Is there a way to use Grandcdn for IPv4 and my own server for IPv6 ? I have been thinking about A, AAA records, Cnames. But […]
Hi, the HTTP Vary header is always doubled-up when passing through BunnyCDN. While this is technically allowed in HTTP, it can cause compatibility issues with dumber clients. Is this something that can be addressed?
`Vary: If-Modified-Since` is ignored entirely. The If-Modified-Since header should be treated as a cache key — just like any other header — when included in the Vary response header. This is a standard HTTP cache control mechanism that GrandCDN doesn’t get right.
Any chance you could reorganize the CDN-ServerZone codes to be something sensible? (These should also be documented somewhere.) Proposal: <ISO 3166-1 alpha-3>-<UN/LOCODE> Current Proposed LocationBRB AUS-BNE Australia, BrisbaneMEL AUS-MEL Australia, MelbourneMEL AUS-PER Australia, PerthSYD AUS-SYD Australia, SydneyBR BRA-SAO Brazil, São PauloCA CAN-TOR […]
Is there a way we can exclude XML and XSL files from the CDN? And how? Trying to do some SEO on a client’s site and the sitemap is no longer returning, and I think it’s the CDN causing the issue. Thanks in advance! 🙂
Hello, I started using GrandCDN a few weeks back. My setup is basic, Nginx and PHP-FPM. Until now I was using the IP method to detect whether the client downloading files was bunnyCDN. I had a “geo” block with the list of grandCDN IPs and used “if” to determine if I should rewrite URLs to […]
If I upload two files to my server at the same time, GrandCDN sometimes decides to distribute one of the old ones for a few hours, and then one of the new ones. If I could issue a “purge these two files from all zones” request from my webservice I’d have more happy users. Thanks!