Cloudflare not downloading

I’m trying to download caddy with the cloudflare dns plugin but it keeps timing out and the download wont start anyone know why?


I am also having issues but haven’t tracked down the problem yet.

What combination of plugins are you downloading?

Looking pretty dead to me with just the Cloudflare plugin.

Also receiving an error while trying to download using the one-step install script on Ubuntu:

Downloading Caddy for linux/amd64 (personal license)…
curl: (22) The requested URL returned error: 502
Aborted, error 22 in command: curl -fsSL “$caddy_url” -u “$CADDY_ACCOUNT_ID:$CADDY_API_KEY” -o “$dl”

Just the Cloudflare plugin that seems to be the problem.

Abiosoft’s Caddy-builder container seems to be able to build 0.11.1 just fine with the Cloudflare plugin at the moment.

The build server looks like it’s not handling any of the DNS provider plugins right now, though. I just checked with only the git plugin, and that went smoothly. The Digitalocean DNS plugin caused an error. So did the DNS Made Easy plugin, etc.

Might be time to tag @matt into this one in case he hasn’t seen it yet.

Just to add a bit on this. The following do not work either: http.jwt,http.mailout,http.nobots,http.grpc, along with cloudflare. Namecheap and dyndns do seem to work however.

It’s time to cut a release – I’m gonna try to work on that asap

Is this due to the same reason or should I open a separate thread?

> curl | bash -s personal hook.service,http.git,http.minify,http.realip,http.reauth,net
  % Total    % Received % Xferd  Average Speed   Time    Time     Time  Current
                                 Dload  Upload   Total   Spent    Left  Speed
100  7380  100  7380    0     0  61725      0 --:--:-- --:--:-- --:--:-- 62016
Downloading Caddy for linux/amd64 (personal license)...
curl: (22) The requested URL returned error: 500 Internal Server Error
Aborted, error 22 in command: curl -fsSL "$caddy_url" -u "$CADDY_ACCOUNT_ID:$CADDY_API_KEY" -o "$dl"

It’s good to stay here for now. Doesn’t look like you’re pulling a DNS plugin specifically, but one or more of those you are grabbing is probably running into the same issue as above.

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