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How to set apache 2.2 gzip compression level?

I am running Debian and Apache/2.2.22 I have gzip enabled, and I would like to know, what is my compression level and how to change it. I know this can be achieved editing php.ini, but I would like to ...
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1answer
277 views

How to ideally store images on Amazon S3

I want to store a huge number of images on Amazon S3 (served via Cloudfront). Currently the way I am doing is simply dumping the images and having basic HTTP Cache headers set to a month so that users ...
0
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0answers
54 views

GZIP compression for merged and specific files

My Website is using a CMS (Typo3) that has the feature to merge and compress all JavaScript and CSS Files. With htaccess i also enable the server side gzip feature which will work fine. But it seems ...
0
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1answer
613 views

Compress with Gzip or Deflate my CSS & JS files [closed]

i ve a fashion website & using wordpress. I want to Compress or Gzip or Deflate my CSS & JS files. i have tried many codes with .htaccess to compress but not working. Would any body help me ...
0
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0answers
118 views

GZip compression won't enable - Works fine on one site but not another

So this is a bit of a weird one... I've had a site hosted on my server for quite a while which has GZip compression enabled in Apache, using htaccess. I recently made a new site on the same server, ...
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2answers
228 views

Should I compress resources with a loadbalancer (Nginx) or with a web server (IIS7)?

I have the following setup: Nginx (1.1.19) on the front as a reverse proxy / loadbalancer IIS7 at the back as web servers MySQL as a database I am trying to figure out whether to compress static ...
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2answers
89 views

How to enable gzip for files not on your server?

I'm running a gtmetrix.com report against my site. I get an F(41) for gzip compression. I don't own the two problem files mentioned for this penality. One file is a CSS on Mailchimp's server. Another ...
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0answers
131 views

Cherokee force gzip compression for HTTP/1.0

I am using CloudFront with a Cherokee origin server for static files. Cherokee serves gzipped content for direct browser requests without any problem. But when CloudFront requests content, Cherokee ...
2
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1answer
345 views

Gzip command to produce exact same output than tar -cvzf?

I did thought the following commands where equivalent, but they produce different checksums: tar -cvzf ... and tar -cvf ...; gzip ... does not produce the same output. sha1sumdiffers. What would be ...
2
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1answer
896 views

enabling gzip with htaccess…why is it hit or miss?

I have shared hosting through Justhost. I use the HTML5 Boilerplate .htaccess (have tried other methods from here and there without luck) the compression part is as follows: <IfModule ...
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1answer
2k views

How to disable gzip compression for particular virtual host apache

Im using Apache and I have enabled zip compression to all my virtual host domain. However, I want to disable the gzip compression on one particular virtual host only. I try this method. All separated ...
0
votes
1answer
1k views

What is the best way to compress backend to nginx reverse proxy data?

We are going to be running a nginx reverse proxy that will pull data from a backend via the internet. What we mean by via the internet is the backend machine will not be on a lan with the front ...
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2answers
493 views

gzip compression increases performance, then eventually increases response time from server

Here is my current server scenario. I'm running on a Rackspace Cloud instance (16GB of RAM), using cPanel/WHM on a CentOS 5.5 install. I'm currently running about 10 Magento sites, all varying in ...
3
votes
2answers
2k views

Why is IIS7 not compressing my static files?

I am trying to get IIS to compress jquery.js (and all other static files, but using jquery as the example here) on my localhost, but something goes wrong. The funny part is that when I look in my ...
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2answers
276 views

Disk cloning using dd thru gzip - how effective is it? [closed]

Is gzip or gzip -9 for a disk clone worth the extra time that it takes to perform the compression? Does it yield a significant saving? There is very little information on how effective piping data ...
0
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1answer
298 views

IIS7 compression failing with “COMPRESSION_DISABLED” despite having the option enabled

I have been unable to get GZIP compression working on my IIS7.5 server. I have tried all the suggestions online, including here at ServerFault and no matter what, the trace always comes back stating ...
5
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1answer
349 views

Apache deflates .xml.gz files

I noticed an error in google webmaster tools regarding a gzipped version of a sitemap. Turns out the sitemap.xml.gz file is gzipped twice: one upon creation (as it should be) and another time when ...
3
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1answer
6k views

How can I enable GZIP compression in Jetty?

I have a Jetty server which does not have compression enabled (I tested this here). How can I enable compression?
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2answers
94 views

Is it possible to store MySQL data as comressed?

Is it possible to store MySQL data compressed? Option for that in MySQL?
3
votes
2answers
400 views

Erratic gzip compression on IIS7.5

This is best demonstrated when we just try to request a single CSS file from our IIS server. Sometimes we get the whole uncompressed file back. We'll wait 5 seconds and refresh, then the CSS file is ...
0
votes
2answers
349 views

IIS6 wont compress js and css

So recently I configured IIS6 to compress files I now have most files compressing apart from my JavaScript and CSS files. Does anyone have an idea what maybe causing them not to be compressed. I know ...
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1answer
416 views

making apache serve unzipped content from zipped files

I need to serve a bunch of gzipped MIDI files from an Apache server. The catch is that when the user requests them, the response should come back with a "audio/midi" content-type header and not a gzip ...
1
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1answer
509 views

How to get Apache (on Debian squeeze) to compress JS/CSS

I am running Debian squeeze and cannot get Apache to compress JavaScript or CSS. HTML, however, is being compressed. In the conf files in the sites-enabled dir, I've got the following: <Location ...
2
votes
2answers
164 views

is gunzip atomic?

I have two scripts that watch a directory (postgres warm-standby) one script copies compressed files into the directory and then uncompresses them. the other script watches for the uncompressed ...
1
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1answer
736 views

Gzip pre-compression

I'm using mod_deflate to compress my .css and .js files on the fly: <ifmodule mod_deflate.c> AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE text/text text/html text/plain text/xml text/css ...
3
votes
6answers
2k views

Does gunzip work in memory or does it write to disk?

We have our log files gzipped to save space. Normally we keep them compressed and just do gunzip -c file.gz | grep 'test' to find important information but we're wondering if it's quicker to keep ...
5
votes
1answer
325 views

How does a web server/the http protocol handle version control and compression?

When a client browser requests a file from the web server, I know that some kind of check is performed, because the files needed to serve the web page may already be cached by the web browser. So, if ...
1
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7answers
6k views

Compressing and copying large files on Windows Server?

I've been having a hard time copying large database backups from the database server to a test box at another site. I'm open to any ideas that would help me get this database moved without having to ...
3
votes
2answers
100 views

enabled gzip — running out of threads

I enabled gzip in apache2 and started load testing -- I am seeing a lot of keep alives state busy state -- 95% of the web server worker threads are being used at any given time While CPU is ok, I am ...
5
votes
4answers
9k views

how to enable iis 7 dynamic content compression?

I've turned on dynamic content compression in IIS 7, but Fiddler is showing that my dynamic pages are still being served without content-encoding: gzip. Static content compression is working fine on ...
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1answer
327 views

bzip2 and compressed stream concatenation

With gzip you can do something like this: gzip -c file1 > output.gz gzip -c file2 >> output.gz gzip -c file3 >> output.gz and when you uncompress output.gz it will contain ...
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1answer
290 views

Can automatic decompression be configured in .htaccess?

I've got a bunch of static files (eg index.xhtml) in an Apache2 web root. I don't have control over the server's configuration, but am allowed to modify .htaccess in the web root. I would like to ...
2
votes
2answers
1k views

Http gzip compression and performance

I've always tried to enable gzip compression on web servers because it seemed to have very low CPU cost and you obtain a significant data transfer reduction. Now I we have a public server that has ...
5
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2answers
5k views

How can I troubleshoot why my IIS7 site is not gzip compressing?

I've got a number of websites on a single IIS7 machine running W2K8. I'm using Fiddler to help me figure out if something is compressed or not. Nothing is. So, I've googled for a few things and ...
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4answers
2k views

Are there performance impacts to using gzip for web services?

I have a very typical scenario: browser -> web server -> web service I've seen lots of articles/documentation about the benefit of compressing the data sent from the web server to the browser to ...
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2answers
2k views

IIS6: Serve static content gzipped for clients that support it

How can I configure IIS to automatically serve static resources (pictures, javascript, css and so on) compressed for clients that support it - and serve "normal" content for clients that does not ...
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4answers
9k views

Need help with some IIS7 web.config compression settings

I'm trying to configure my IIS7 compression settings in my web.config file. I'm trying to enable HTTP 1.0 requests to be gzip. MSDN has all the info about it here. Is it possible to have this config ...
2
votes
2answers
2k views

IIS Compression: Enable GZIP and DEFLATE using Powershell

How does one do the following things with IIS 5.1/6.0 using PowerShell: Enable HTTP Compression Set GZIP and DEFLATE file extensions Enable Dynamic and Static compression for GZIP and DEFLATE Set ...