Hi and thanks for this answer.
We have a pretty normal setup, no proxy or whatever, and do have seen many seconds (like, 20 seconds) file acces. But maybe it’s my local network, will have to check.
I’ll try to see if I can get a nf-request-id but as it’s not so easy to reproduce it may take some time.
I understand that you need to evict inactive deployments from your caches. Is it possible to have an idea of this eviction policy?
Is there a way to ensure a website is kept in the cache? Other providers like Zeit offer an ability to do so for a limited number of deployment (a “scale” optino I think). That would be cool to ensure that the files of a production deployments could stay in the cache.
We are currently on the free plan and would be fine to pay for something like that, but going from 0$ to 500$ enterprise plan for this is not really an option for us at the moment.