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Hi, I have website with lot of traffic coming with some kind of query string (social and search engine sources). FastCGI Cache is bypassed for these request by default. Is there any way how to override this behaviour?

I know it's rule in /etc/nginx/common/wpfc.conf but it will not stay after webinoly update. Any recommended solution?

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Right now, I think the wpfc.conf file is the only option, and yes, it will be overwritten, but not always, just when the server stack is updated.

Thanks for coming up with this issue, I think would be a good idea if we have an option to enable FastCGI cache for query strings. Definitely, I will include it in our roadmap.

Thanks and regards.

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