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Compression of Tomcat mod_jk results in Apache httpd

I'm developing a web application locally on my system, serving it using Tomcat (tomcat-7.0.52). In production, I want to front the Tomcat with an Apache httpd (Apache/2.2.15). This works and I ...
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Apache mod_deflate compression doesn't work for domains, but works for subdomains?

Run into a very strange issue, basically, mod_deflate is compiled into Apache, and it works fine for compressing files accessed via subdomains: js.domain.com, css.domain.com etc. E.g this is ...
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IIS 7.5 inconsistently Gzips files (with PHP & ASP.NET)

I made some changes to the web.config of a server running IIS 7.5 improve the performance (mostly front-end). A 3rd party testing tool says the site is running "PHP/5.3.10, ASP.NET" and if memory ...
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application/json content doesn't get gzip'ed with IIS

We have some rather lengthy AJAX calls in our app, some of which transmit over 100k of data across a rather slow encrypted network. I'd like to enable G-Zip compression on application/json to speed ...
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windows 7.5 dynamic content compression iis [closed]

I have followed plenty blogs explaining how to enable iis7's dynamic content compression. These all seem to be based on windows server 2008. I try to do the same on IIS7.5 installed on a windows 7 ...
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gzip compression with nginx - Not being reported correctly in tests?

nginx 1.4.2 Google Pagespeed Insights (web version) is reporting that I should compress a number of .js files on my site. I've checked the mime.types config file and it includes the default ...
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Risks of setting noCompressionForHttp10 and noCompressionForProxies to false

We recently switched to Amazon Cloudfront for static content. It seems that Cloudfront does HTTP 1.0 requests to the origin server (IIS 7.0) using the Via header. By default IIS 7.0 disables file ...
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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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Gzip compression with nginx

In my nginx.conf I have: gzip on; gzip_static on; gzip_buffers 16 8k; gzip_comp_level 9; gzip_http_version 1.0; gzip_min_length 1000; gzip_types text/plain text/css ...
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How is Apache 1.3 compressing?

More specifically, I would like suggestions as to how my server is encoding in gzip compressed format. We have once OC4J container that serves gzip transfer encoding, and others do not. Trying to ...
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Varnish 3 performs gunzip even though entire pipeline is gzipped

I'm refactoring my Varnish VCL and can't figure out this one thing. Varnish 3.0 natively supports gzipped content, and it essentially seems to do the right thing. See also: ...
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Why is IIS 7.5 seeing some requests as HTTP/1.0?

While trying to work out why Static File Compression wasn't working on one of our IIS servers, the error was coming back as "NO_COMPRESSION_10" which translates to: Server not configured to ...
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HTTP Compression Proxy [closed]

I'm looking for a HTTP compression proxy. Basically, I need a proxy to compress images and text to be transferred over a slow internet connection when accessing the web. To put it into a diagram ...
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Is it generally better to compress content on the proxy server or the app server?

We're using an F5 for load balancing and SSL proxying. Behind it we're serving up java applications with Tomcat instances. These are fairly small applications - hundreds of concurrent users. I'd ...
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IIS 7.5 ignoring HttpCompression settings in web.config

I'm trying to enable dynamic compression for the mime type application/json. In applicationHost.config, I've made the following change: <section name="httpCompression" ...
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Force Apache HTTP compression event if no Accept-Encoding header was sent?

I have a client that sends requests to an apache server (note that the client is not a Web browser and the response is not a Web page). I would like to compress the output (probably with gzip), but I ...
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Is Http compression worth it on IIS6?

We have a site in the US that works fairly well with 1-3 second response time with page sizes of 200-400kB in size on average. When we have users in Australia use the system via a VPN (accessing the ...
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Enabling HTTP Compression in WebSphere Application Server 7

I know the correct way of enabling gzip HTTP Compression for a WebSphere Application Server is to activate and configure the mod_gzip module in the IBM HTTP Server connected/installed in this ...
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how nginx serves large files

We have a problem with loading a pdf file which is about 300KB size on our web page. The pdf is being served by nginx. Whenever I load the file, it shows an error saying Failed to open pdf document, ...
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How to avoid IIS from overwriting some HTTP Headers?

I have enabled in my Web.config the GZIP compression, and I'm glad that it automatically adds the HTTP header "Vary: Accept-Encoding". The problem is that IIS is overwriting the "Vary:*" that ...
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IIS 7.5 no static or dynamic compression

I can't get static or dynamic compression to work on a new server for .ASP, .JS or .CSS files. I'm running Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard 64 bit. Under IIS Role Services, I have ASP installed, as ...
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Content Encoding Error when loading an URL in browser

One particular page on our site - http://www.newint.org/issues/1979/10/01/ - gives a Content Encoding Error when loaded in a browser. In Firefox, it says: "Content Encoding Error The page you are ...
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Which is better: Nginx compression or Apache Compression?

I have an nginx reverse proxy in front of my apache server. How should I configure compression (gzip or deflate) to serve my website? Should it be from nginx or from mod_deflate from apache? My ...
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gzip, deflate are not showing while accessing from a proxy

We enabled gzip and deflate in our local server and it shows correctly in phpinfo like shown below HTTP_ACCEPT_ENCODING gzip,deflate,sdch We installed the same in our client's server and there was ...
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how do i turn on the Keep Alive and HTTP Compression in Apache server 2.2( centos)

how do I turn on the KeepAlive and HTTP Compression in Apache server 2.2(centos)
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How can I enable iis 5.1 compression on windows XP

Is there any other way to enable compression in IIS5.1 other than using the command line? http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb742379.aspx These instructions reference a Services tab that ...
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How to enable IIS compression for Web Services?

How do I enable compression for the Web Services request? I've an IIS 6 server that, using the ISAPI filder from Apache, routes the incoming connection to a set of web application running on JBoss. ...
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Apache mod_deflate enable?

I'm using the follow code in .htaccess. It works nicely in localhost, however in production server i'm having troubles with gzip compression. AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE text/css text/html ...
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compression: httpZip vs Anything IIS 7 has to offer

I'm trying to evaluate IIS compression tools out there, and saw httpZip. I was wondering if anyone could make a recommendation, did it help and was it substantial? Was IIS 7 even on the same level ...
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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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IIS7 Compression Configuration

Previously when I used IIS6, I used IIS6 Metabase Explorer to edit Metabase.xml and manually turned on compression, specified the compression level and the file extensions to compress. IIS7 seems a ...
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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 ...
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Why might gzip compression in IIS 6 not work for certain clients?

I recently enabled compression in IIS6 but it seems to be working for certain users and not for others. I've verified that it's working for me with Fiddler and Firebug. For example, I have a ...
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Apache2 vs. PHP.ini compression

Are there any benefits to using Apache2s' mod_deflate compression over setting zlib.output_compression = On and zlib.output_compression_level = 1 in php.ini? I'm trying to come up with a good ...
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Can I enable gzip/deflate in IIS6 without restart?

I have gone through the steps of enabling static compression for my IIS 6.0 site: enable it in IIS Manager enable edit-while-running add the extensions i need to compress directly to the metabase: ...
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Is it possible to enable http compression for requests?

I see lots of information about enabling http compression for server responses but what about for incoming requests. Wouldn't it make sense for the browsers to compress large form posts before ...
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How can I disable compression for specific user agents in IIS6?

I'm seeing some problems with IE6 (pre SP2) that seem to be related to http compression. I'd like to disable http compression just for those users. Any suggestions? Something along the lines of this ...
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Getting HTTP Compression (GZip) to work with URL Routing on IIS 6

I haven't seen any questions specifically addressing this specific issue. When URL Routing is used, The Request goes into IIS and then is routed to the Aspx Page. For example, a site: ...
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How do I enable HTTP compression under apache2?

How do I configure Apache2 to support HTTP compression?