X-Cacheable

HTTP response header

Prefix 'X' in X-Cache indicates that the header is not a standard HTTP Header Field. Also its meaning vary from one proxy implementation to another. ... Both HITs means that the client has made a cache-able request and the proxy had a cache-able response that matched and was forwarded back to the client

Header usage statistics

X-Cacheable response header information and usage statistics.

Websites using header X-Cacheable989,344
Percentage of websites that use X-Cacheable header0.99%
Total discovered header values400
Header uses directivesNo
Header values are unique or randomNo
Most popular in the country US

X-Cacheable Directives

X-Cacheable directives value information and usage statistics

DirectiveShareWebsites countUnique Values

Distribution by websites popularity

X-Cacheable detection in the top websites by popularity

Top 10k sites196 websites
Top 100k sites2,901 websites
Top 1m sites32,503 websites

Websites utilizing X-Cacheable

List of websites that use X-Cacheable header

DomainCountryRankContacts
ovh.com FR418
www.ovh.com FR418
www.jimdo.com US509
www.ovhcloud.com FR603
www.atlassian.com AU1,290
bitbucket.org US1,403
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Geographical Distribution

Header usage distribution by websites across the globe.






Common header values

List of top common X-Cacheable header values

Header valueValue prevalence
YES:Forced34.03%
SHORT31.88%
YES15.73%
non2008.08%
Cacheable3.35%
NO:Not Cacheable1.95%
NO:Non-cacheable status0.55%
YES:15552000.0000.55%
NO:Passed0.47%
NO:Cache-Control=private0.35%
Not cacheable: cookie0.29%
NO:Got Cookies0.26%
no0.25%
YES:3600.0000.15%
YES:briefly:5000.14%
bot0.13%
NO:Private0.13%
10.11%
NO:4xx0.11%
YES:2592000.0000.11%