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Even though the documentation states that it's not possible to clear those intermediate caching proxies, one can delete at least the Google Cloud cache.

In order to do so, head to your Google Cloud Console and open your project.

For the object conditions, choose only the 'Newer version' option and set it to 1. For the action, select 'Delete' and click on the 'Continue' button. This new rule will take up to 24 hours to take effect, but at least for my project it took only a few minutes.

Once it is up and running, the version of the files being served by your app under your-project-name.will always be the latest deployed, solving the problem.

Under the left hamburger menu, head to Storage - Browser.

For the object conditions, choose only the 'Newer version' option and set it to 1. For the action, select 'Delete' and click on the 'Continue' button. This newly created rule will take up to 24 hours to take effect, but at least for my project it took only a few minutes.

To fix: The only way I've found to fix this is to deploy another version.

You don't run the risk of this happening again (if you haven't made any CSS changes since the race condition), because even if the race condition occurs, presumably your first update is done by the time you deploy your second one, so all instances will be serving the correct version no matter what.

You may have cached your old CSS, and not getting the new CSS after updating it.The same documentation linked above states that "if you ever plan to modify a static file, it should have a short (less than one hour) expiration time.In most cases, the default 10-minute expiration time is appropriate".I pushed a new version of my website, but now the CSS and static images are not deploying properly.Here is the messed up page: shows the latest version as being correct though: Any help?

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