Long-tail

The term “long tail” refers to content that represents a considerably big number of unique files as opposed to a considerably low number of requests for these files. The outcome of this is not an ideal HIT/MISS ratio.

There are several things that you can do to improve your caching efficiency and reduce long tail. To find out more, check our Why less is more article.

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