Hmm, if I anonymise x-forwarded-for, mod_tile will throttle the proxy, I'm
Curious to know the config of the OSM CDN squid caches for https. Anybody for a
Le 3 novembre 2019 23:38:23 GMT+01:00, Stefan Baebler
a écrit :
>In that case you would ideally find a
In that case you would ideally find a way for the caching proxy server to
reach the original tiles over plain http (make sure to strip any user's
personal data from the requests!) and save some CPU cycles on both ends,
improving the latency slightly.
You might also want to consider serving larger
Ah, I should've told that I own the opensnowmap render server.
My concern is to keep the ~0.5 TB of tiles available on both a proxy cache and
the render server in case things goes bad on the later, even if only old tiles.
Also, as heavy tiles user are more and more common, I'd like to propose
Https might not be strictly needed between tile renderxcxer and the cache,
but if this is the only way that you can get to the tiles (eg from the
pucxcxccxczxcxzcxxxblic opensnowmap tile server) you can technically still
If possible try to use http 2 or at least keep-alive connections.
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