If you are using Railgun via cPanel, you can turn it off directly from your control panel. Otherwise, log into your CloudFlare account, go to Performance Settings and turn Railgun off from there. Please file a bug report with a detailed description here.
Enabling Railgun is quick & easy, simply follow the instructions below: Click on the Cloudflare Icon in cPanel under the Software/Services section. Enter your email address and accept the EULA. Select the domain you want to enable cloudflare for on the box on the left. The interface will pull up a list of sub-domains you [...]
We have partnered with CloudFlare to make Railgun both easy and affordable. If you purchase Railgun directly through CloudFlare, it costs $200/month. However, with our strategic partnership with CloudFlare we are able to offer this service for FREE.
Any website can benefit from the performance improvements Railgun offers, especially dynamic sites.
Railgun opens a secure, tunneled connection between the CloudFlare network and your hosting account where the connection only sends differences from the last request. This is similar to how video encoding works. The markup of websites does not change that frequently from one request to the next. Instead of transferring the entire request between CloudFlare [...]
Websites running Railgun show a 143% improvement in HTML load times and a 90% decrease in Time To First Byte (TTFB) responses.
Railgun is a WAN optimization technology that we offer our hosting customers in partnership with a company called CloudFlare. CloudFlare’s Railgun technology greatly speeds up the delivery of non-cached pages. While CloudFlare automatically caches 65% of the resources needed to make up a page, 35% can’t be cached because the resources are dynamically generated or [...]
Thanks to a unique partnership with CloudFlare and GreenGeeks customers have the ability to enable CloudFlare from inside their cPanel account. In order to complete these simply follow the instructions below: 1. Click on the Cloudflare Icon in cPanel under the Software/Services section. 2. Enter your email address and accept the EULA. 3. Select the [...]
Once CloudFlare is activated, you also gets an account at www.cloudflare.com. The basic statistics and settings are shown in your control panel. To see more statistics, threat control panel and all the CloudFlare settings, you must log in to your www.cloudflare.com account. NOTE: For your first login, please use the ‘Forgot password’ link the first time that [...]
No, for security reasons, CloudFlare does not proxy traffic to a wildcard sub-domain. You have to explicitly list the sub-domain as a CNAME in your DNS records to be able to activate CloudFlare. Can I enable CloudFlare on my root domain (i.e. mywebsite.com) that is an A record? CloudFlare can only accelerate and protect CNAMEs, [...]