Started by matrice, Oct 07, 2022, 02:57 AM

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I monitor the server load through the nixstats service.
I noticed that when website is connected to Cloudflare, the load on the network begins to grow.
You will understand everything from the screenshots. I'm just wondering from a purely technical point of view why this is happening? What is the mechanism?
 Just in theory, Cloudflare should reduce the load, reduce traffic consumption, etc. And the statistics show like this. In the screenshot, proxying via Cloudflare is enabled before 16:20, and disabled after 16:20.


Is caching enabled?
Is SSL/TLS Recommender enabled?
Maybe it somehow affects the fact that with the option without CloudFlare, the connection is essentially local, and with the option with CloudFlare completely remote.