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    I recently read someone's blog post about surviving the front page of Digg on a budget. One tip involved using the Coral Content Distribution Network (AKA Coral Cache). The author provided .htaccess snippets for re-directing your traffic through this service.

    Has anyone on these forums had experience using Coral Cache as an emergency availability measure? How did it work? Any drawbacks to report? Thanks in advance for your insights.
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    As long as the cache gets to your site before your site goes down, you're set. However, I don't know what the update schedule of the cache with respect to the site it's caching is.

    According to their FAQ, they re-cache your site every 12 hours by default, though that can be modified with the [minicode]cache-control[/minicode] header. At minimum, a 5 minute delay is imposed.


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