CDN Cache Statistics Report

To view a cache statistics report:

 1. Go to your Control Panel > Metrics > Cache Statistics menu.
 2. You can filter the statistics by:

  • Frequency - select frequency (one minute, one hour, or one day)
  • Type - select the statistics type (GB, Hit/Miss, Speed) in the drop-down list
  • CDN resource - choose the CDN resource for which you want to view the statistics
  • From - select the start date 
  • To - select the end date

  3. Click the Apply button. You will get the statistics chart and table with locations.

Depending on the selected statistics type, the chart and the table will show the following:

    • If bandwidth type (GB) is selected 

      The chart shows the cached and uncached bandwidth statistics (in Mb) for the selected period.
      Below you can find the list of corresponding CDN locations with their number of requests and amount of bandwidth.

    • If Hit/Miss type is selected 

      The chart shows the amount of hit and miss requests for the selected period.
      Below you can find the list of corresponding CDN locations with their total number of requests and amount of hit and miss requests.

    • If Speed type is selected 

             The chart shows the cached and uncached bandwidth speed statistics (in Mbit/s) for the selected period.
             Below you can find the list of corresponding CDN locations with their speed amount.
     

To sort information by column in ascending or descending order, hover over the particular column header and click a triangle icon.

To export the statistics in csv format, click the Export to CSV button.

The $upstream_http_x_cache status can be either MISS, BYPASS, EXPIRED, UPDATING, or HIT

  • MISS - the content is not found in the cache. It gets the content from the origin, caches it, and returns the content.
  • BYPASS - no caching. It gets the content straight from the origin.
  • EXPIRED - cache time limit reach. No content change in the origin.
  • UPDATING - cache time limit reach. Cache gets a new content change in the origin. 
  • HIT - the content is found in the cache. It returns the content from the cache.