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Is DO LoadBalancer adding `cache-control: private` header when using sticky sessions?

I’m currently using sticky sessions with DO LoadBalancer and found that there is cache-control: private header added to the end of response headers which is breaking my caching policies:

set-cookie: XXXX=node-XXX|XXX|XXX; path=/; SameSite=Lax
cache-control: private

Maybe that’s not related to sticky sessions but I would like to get rid of that header. I’ve tried removing several upstream headers and also adding explicit cache-control and expires headers but no luck.

Is there a config option for that or something I can do myself?


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Here too this can be it. I’m currently using sticky .

It looks like it started in the last load balance updates.

This is very bad as it modifies an application response.