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comment Modify data being proxied by nginx on the fly
Thanks for your reply! I am aware of gzip on and what I'm trying to accomplish is more high level than deflating the output. I have a proxy that controls access to certain internal web services and I wanted to be able to append things like google analytics to the output, sort of like how cloudflare does it. Like you say, it sounds like fastcgi is an option, so I'll look into that. Thanks again!
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comment Modify data being proxied by nginx on the fly
@sjdaws, not necessarily compress it, but run it through any arbitrary program and use the output as what gets sent to the client. So in essence yes, I want to modify the output going from the server to the client.