CDN resources. How to search, filter and delete CDN resources

You can create a CDN resource and manage the resources that have already been created.

 

Create a CDN resource

Manage CDN resources

Create a CDN resource

To create a CDN resource, click the Create CDN Resource button.

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For detailed instructions on setting up and creating a resource, see the article.

 

Manage CDN resources

Resource statuses

Resources can be in the following statuses:

active - a resource is ready to use. Content is available to users.

suspended - a resource is suspended. Content is not available to users.

in processing - CDN Resource was recently created and now is in processing.  It takes about 15 minutes to propagate the resource settings to all servers.

deleted - the resource has been deleted. Content is not distributed. You can only view statistics on a resource.

 

How to filter and search

By default, the CDN Resource tab displays only active and in-processing resources.  

For a better search of resources use:

filters by

  • resource statuses (active, suspended, processing, deleted or show all);

or search by

  • main or additional CNAME;
  • the resource ID.

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Resource management options

You can manage a specific CDN resource directly from the list of CDN resources.

To do this, click on the three dots sign next to the required resource.

A list of possible options opens:

  • Settings - go to the resource settings.

Note! You can also go to the resource settings by clicking on the CNAME of the resource.

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How to delete a resource

Users with the Administrators or Engineers rights can delete resources.

To do this, click on the three dots sign next to the desired resource and select Delete resource.

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Confirm the resource deletion.

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By default, deleted resources are not displayed in the list of resources. Use the filter to display them.

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Deleted resources are displayed in the list of all CDN resources for 3 months, all this time statistics are available for them in the Reports section.

After deleting a resource, the CNAME of this resource is no more connected with a resource and it can be used to create a new CDN resource.

Note! The resources used for the Streaming service cannot be deleted.

 

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