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comment Statically mirroring a heavy trafficked site, CloudFlare as DNS
Thanks for this. Just to note Always Online from CloudFlare is not a guaranteed services. They cache heavily used pages. Not all pages. I was thinking more like a s3 hosted static version that can be switched. But the unique proposition I have since CF is the DNS and reverse proxy provider is to switch proxing IP in the event a Datacenter goes down. This also means that CloudFlare does not go down at all. I didn’t know CloudFlare had an API to manipulate this. Thanks for that! My intention is not to replicate DB. That’s too much for me. Just a Jekyll or S3 hosted solutions
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comment Statically mirroring a heavy trafficked site, CloudFlare as DNS
Always Online is not a guaranteed mirror service. A lot of people make this mistake. Always Online attempts to cache the most used page of that website. Not All pages. There is a significant difference.
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asked Statically mirroring a heavy trafficked site, CloudFlare as DNS