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@Mattermost Did you know your RSS feeds are currently being broken by @cloudflare? :(
For me it's often @1dot1dot1dot1 by @Cloudflare triggering those issues. But it's not their fault. It's whoever associates an IP address with a location.
.PavitraGolchha .replit It was a cloudflare rule I put in place long ago, all I know is that has no idea what ******** are white house and then when t
@sebastienlorber @Cloudflare @threepointone I watched his excellent talk with great amusement, because I'd already confirmed they'd be using Cloudflare. They're just a customer though, so I don't think Cloudflare is tied to anything. That said, I reckon Cloudflare would prefer to remain framework-neutral
@plerosmic There's cloudflare, google and quad9 (IBM). I'd try swapping them temporally. And see if that fixes the issue, clear cache and restart the browser before you re-try, maybe.
@TonyMcCreath Not sure what the extra hop here is, in this case? Got an example? Also, obviously depends on your Cloudflare setup. If it's a largely static site, adding full HTML caching could nudge your TTFB down to ~30-60ms, which is always nice.
I was reading the original Cloudflare blog article introducing Workers and it seems their reasoning was just that it was a "perfect fit". Still sometimes I wonder if the Service Worker API is really that well suited for writing complex backend applications.
I'm in good rhythm for doing some lit searching tonight, but I can't download Wiley PDFs thanks to some cloudflare thing that thinks I am doing a distributed denial of service attack!
@DanielleFong @DogGuyJosh @Cloudflare Cloudflare is also the only provider with actual products to support crypto like ENS and IPFS gateways, NFT steams. Wouldn’t surprise me if they run their own PoS validate nodes in all global 200 data centers at some point
@khaglunds That’s great Kalle! That is much much better than the average so you must have gotten very lucky. Where there any specially-good performers you bet on? (My own were NVIDIA, NIO, Tesla and Cloudflare. Worst: PayPal, Spotify, Zoom.)
I built out serverless reverse-proxy service on AWS with its own CLI and everything that was great for webhooks test cases, but which I shelved because it seemed too uneconomic and the billing risk on AWS seemed to high, but looking at @Cloudflare workers it might be worth it
@Cloudflare "API Request Failed: POST /api/v4/two-factor (500)" when trying 2 factor... Any eta on fix?
@Kirby0Louise NICE! My ISP is pretty consistent & sometimes I get more than what they advertise. It's supposed to be 1G up and 1G down but I typically get anywhere between the low 900s and up to around 1120s on XSX. I use my own mesh router & I use their gateway as a pass-through W/ cloudflare
@Kirby0Louise My ISP is pretty consistent matter of fact I get more than what they advertise. It's supposed to be 1G up and 1G down but I typically get anywhere between the low 900s and up to around 1120s on XSX. I use my own mesh router & I use their gateway as a pass-through W/ cloudflare.
@CooperCodes @GoDaddy This was the reason I moved my hosting off of GoDaddy. If Cloudflare starts offering domain by proxy as a service I'll move my domains off of GoDaddy too.
Say you have a CMS that loads all resources via its own CDN on a different domain. Is there any value in adding CloudFlare on top of the main domain, or will that just slow down the server response time for the initial html as it goes via CloudFlare?
@Joe_Stead Yeah awful, had to get to level 2 tech to figure out there was an existing DNS record which was stopping me creating a record! Migrate the DNS to @Cloudflare and don't look back (unless you can also migrate the registrar)
@truth_x7 Already tried both google dns and cloudflare dns, no dice I have been messing with it for a bit and I'm pretty sure it's an ISP side issue
@jlev Sorry I'm not familiar with the ins and outs. cloudflare is connected to the domain, but don't like the user experience of under attack mode. Can cloudflare help with this problem outside of under attack mode?
@adam_janis @HashiCorp @Cloudflare Holy ****, how do I take this for a spin?
@StCyrThoughts @techphoria414 I don't think it makes sense for them to get into the infrastructure business, they would never be able to support as well as AWS, Cloudflare, Fastly etc. In true composable fashion, stick to what you are good at!
@Wohlfahrt_P @Nkruif @RLanschot It's probably a problem on my part, might be the CloudFlare DNS.
@geneschrempf @CloudflareHelp @Cloudflare I finally figured out I was able to login on Firefox, but not Chrome. I think their dashboard is broken and Chrome.
@WileyGlobal Your web platform is down. I'm getting Cloudflare error messages. You should...um...fix that please.
@CloudflareHelp @mvandemar @Cloudflare Same issue here. three different accounts cannot logon
@discord @HayzeTebb Same issue, on Cloudflare DNS.
1. Saw an disclosed report 2. I bypassed the fix and Reported it 3. Team says the root cause is due to Cloudflare. 4. Cloudflare has a blog dedicated on the issue saying companies should fix it If Cloudflare is the root cause, how did they fixed it in the first place. 🤡
"fully self hosting" im cheating because im using cloudflare to protect my ip but you know what i cant afford to have some random **** decide they want to ddos my site and therefore my ability to connect to the internet so.
Cloudflare blocks or challenges bad requests from hitting my website. #cloudflare
@CloudflareHelp @Cloudflare I literally put in the tweet that it was not a credential issue. Way to kill confidence in your support team dude.