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Thanks Josh!I've read through the article, and while it does not explicitly state this, I gather from it and your reply that the mapped-URL-names for optimized resources are invariant as long as the original resource has not changed (and other conditions are met, such expiration date/time).To answer my questions: That then means there is no need to have REDIS be persistent and store on disk. Clearing out the Pagespeed cache will not result in re-sending all the optimized resources to the CDN, it'll generate the same optimized URLs (and re-use what's already cached by the CDN).If I got this wrong please correct me!Cheers,-Rob-
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