Admin Panel Administration CDN EzPanel

Purging and Loading assets onto your CDN

Step 1: Login to the Webair EZPanel (https://ezpanel.webair.com)

Step 2: On the left side menu, click on CDN.

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Step 3: Click on the “Webair CDN” button. This will open up your Media Control Center to control all aspects of the Webair CDN.

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Step 4: Select the “Purge/Load” option from the content platform you had your CDN setup as either “HTTP Large” or “HTTP Small” (Showing in the image HTTP Large).

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Step 5: To Purge or Load content onto the CDN fill all the fields on the corresponding section, for example to Purge content:

On the “Purge From Edge” section (circled red):

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1- select the URL of the content
2- type the file you want to purge, all the following examples are valid:
          index.html                                      <– will purge the file index.html
         directroy-1/file_name.gif           <– will purge only one file
         directroy-1/*.jpg                           <– will purge all .jpg files in subdirectroy-1
         directroy-1/*                                  <– will purge all contents of subdirectroy-1
         directroy-1/subdirectory-2        <– will delete the directory subdirectory-2 and all its contents
         directroy-1/*/images/*              <– will purge all contents of all subdirectories named images inside sub directories of directory-1
3- select the regions you want to purge the content from, usually “All”
4- Click on the “Purge Content” button


Step 6:
At the bottom of the page there is a log of the last 200 requests, there you’ll see the timestamp of each purge request and the time stamp of when it was completed (there is always a delay until the request is completed of minimum 5 minutes that depends on the content size).

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