varnish-examples - Examples of Varnish configuration files for Clever Cloud

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To use one of this files, you need to copy the content of the file you want to use, and put it in a varnish.vcl file. If you have a Varnish file for a CMS who's not present in the repository, or if you have an improvement for an existing one, just fork the repository and add/edit the content you want. Commit it, and create a pull request.

https://github.com/CleverCloud/varnish-examples

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