Invalidating cache at path restkit

14-Jan-2018 05:57

Otherwise, when Cloud CDN re-requests the content from your backends, it may once again cache the still-incorrect content.Each invalidation request specifies a path pattern that identifies the object or set of objects that should be invalidated.You can force an object, or set of objects, to be ignored by the cache by requesting a cache invalidation.It is important to ensure your backend virtual machine instances or storage buckets are returning the correct content before you request the cache invalidation.It's look like restkit try to remove cache existing file, but can't.As said, i'm just worried that those actions aren't good for the performance, or Apple validation.You can submit a specified number of invalidation paths each month for free.If you submit more than the allotted number of invalidation paths in a month, you pay a fee for each invalidation path that you submit.

Update: Since the logging message is the only thing worrying I decided to track down its source.For details, refer to the expiration times section in Caching Details.