Cache – what is it?
Caching is a technique that improves access time when multiple users access a website simultaneously or when a single user accesses the website numerous times. It reduces the number of server cycles to retrieve data from the database by persisting data in memory.
Cache memory provides the storage and management of data in memory. You organize your cached data into data regions, each with its customizable behavior. Also, store data in your areas in key/value pairs called data entries. The cache also provides features such as transactions, data queries, disk storage management, and logging.
After clearing the cache, always refresh your browser to make sure you can see the latest files. Clearing the cache does not remove the web browser cache. You may need to clear your browser’s cache to see the updated content.
You can assign access to specific cache maintenance activities to users by role, including viewing, toggling, and cache flushing options. Providing access to all cache management features may affect your website’s performance.
How to manage your cache?
To clear the cache, go to tabs -> Anycast CDN -> select pull zone -> select the “Cache” tab
Total purge – Full clear of the pull zone cache
Custom purge by full path – partially clearing the cache. You must enter the part of the path you want to remove from the cache, each on a new line.