If a resource is active, but there has not been traffic in 90 days, it will be automatically suspended by the system.
1. 7 days before the resources are going to be suspended, all users with the administrator and engineer roles will receive an email with a list of resources that will be suspended.
In the resource settings you will see the time when it will be stopped:
A red sign will be displayed in CDN Resources section next to the resources that are going to be stopped:
2. After the resource suspension, all users with the administrator and engineer roles will receive an email with a list of stopped resources.
Note: If you start to deliver traffic via the resource after receiving the first email:
After enabling a resource that was suspended, you will see a message that the CDN resource was suspended because there has not been traffic in 90 days.
If there is still no traffic after enabling the resource, it will be suspended again in 7 days.
To avoid suspension of the resources without traffic, contact our technical support.
You can suspend a CDN Resource in your personal account.
Go to the CDN Resources settings and find the Content availability option.
Move the slider to the left to disable your CDN Resource. Click Save changes.
Move the slider to the right to enable it. Click Save changes.
The settings will be applied within 30-60 seconds.
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