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mysterious X-RateLimit headers
I have recently developed a site and due to the amount of resources that I load I am easily maxing out my designated limit (100).
I do not know what is creating these headers though seeing as I have since removed the limiter I had set in place. I was wondering if anyone knew if DigitalOcean imposes this on us and if they do how to increase the limit as 100 is too little for me.
I know that they’re being created on the hosting side of things seeing as when I host it locally they don’t appear.
(I am using a ubuntu server with nginx with a PM2 process manager and I have not created any
I also found this but don’t believe this has anything to do with the issue.
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