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I've been reading your documentation and all the existing question posts and I've setup my WordPress WooCommerce website following them.

I've enabled FastCGI from the installation via sudo site example.com -wp -cache=on.

I've enabled the Redis Object Cache plugin (& activated Object Cache) and the Nginx helper plugin (& Enabled Purge + Set Caching Method to nginx FastCGI cache + Delete local server cache files).

I've also checked if cache is enabled via sudo site example.com -info and it says Cache: true

PROBLEM: For some reason, although all of the above, when checking Network -> Headers I never see rt-Fastcgi-Cache: HIT, only X-Cache-Status: HIT.

What am I missing? Or is X-Cache-Status: HIT the correct one for FastCGI with Webinoly?

P.S.: I am also using Cloudflare. 

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After more extensive reasearch and tests, I found out that it was being hit correctly, therefore I am closing this question.

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