The ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS issue ("Cyclic redirection on the page") or "redirect loop" occurs when the server alternately redirects the client to different addresses, the last of which redirects to the first address, thus creating an endless loop of redirects. Most often, the cycle does not contain a large number of addresses - usually these are 2 addresses that redirect the client to each other, for example https://www.example.com -> redirect -> https://example.com -> redirect -> https://www.example.com and so on ad infinitum.
In the new version of Chrome the new version of the interface with rounded elements (tabs, buttons, input fields and other) automatically activates after update. For those who do not like this innovation, there is a fairly simple way to roll back the design and return everything as it was.
When adding files to the OPcache black list the wildcards work correctly only in *nix systems. If you work under Windows, the usage of the "*" and "?" characters leads to the incorrect work of Zend OPcache.