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A content delivery network or content distribution network (CDN) is a system of computers containing copies of data placed at various nodes of a network.

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I've been reading the CloudFlare FAQ, I understand that is acts as a reverse proxy and all requests to your domain will go through CloudFlare. They say in the FAQ that it won't slow down dynamic cont …
asked Aug 26 '11 by fiftyeight
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domain-static.example passes through a CDN which is where the difference is between the domains. The reason is that browsers limit simultaneous downloads from the same domain so I think it should speed … up the site more than routing all requests through a CDN. The static domain is actually parked on top of example.com, but all static content on the website is served through static-domain.example …
asked Oct 10 '11 by fiftyeight
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I want CloudFlare to cache everything, PHP files too, every request from the domain, I want it to cache it. Is this possible? (There are PHP scripts on the domain that print out images, JS and CSS, …
asked Oct 10 '11 by fiftyeight