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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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Creating a seperate static content site for IIS7 and MVC

With reference to this serverfault blog post: A Few Speed Improvements where it talks about how static content for stackexchange is served from a separate cookieless domain... How would someone go ...
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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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What reasons (if any) are there to *not* enable gzip compression for your web server?

Specifically I am working with IIS7, in case there are platform specific reasons, but I am curious in general. I know gzip compression is more CPU intensive for both the server and the client, but it ...
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Gzip Compression IIS7 with Proxy Not working

I have seen posts with GZIP compression not working on IIS7, but none seemed to help in my case. I have a proxy server that sends the request to my website on IIS7. I have the following in web.config ...
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IIS7 is gzipping files but not serving the gzipped version

By following a number of helpful blog posts I have configured IIS to gzip my static files. I have even enabled Failed Request Tracing and filtered to the 200 status code, and I can see the successful ...
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How to change the HTTP GZIP Compression Level for Dynamic Content in IIS7?

I would like to change the HTTP GZIP compression level in IIS7 from 0 to 4 as mentioned in these articles: http://weblogs.asp.net/owscott/archive/2009/02/22/iis-7-compression-good-bad-how-much.aspx ...
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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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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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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 ...