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Questions tagged [gzip]

Gzip is any of several software applications used for file compression and decompression. The term usually refers to the GNU Project's implementation, "gzip" standing for GNU zip. It is based on the DEFLATE algorithm, which is a combination of Lempel-Ziv (LZ77) and Huffman coding.

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nginx cache gzip file's to temp directory?

Is the following possible through Nginx: I now have gzip on; but the server needs to compress the popular files everytime, the files are xml files created through a database, but they are "static". ...
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Apache / Nginx / Varnish - GZIP does not work on css, js

My current setup is as following: Apache -> Nginx -> Varnish running on Ubuntu apache2.conf: h**p://pastebin.com/A3wehAbe .htaccess: h**p://pastebin.com/Yre4hdSy (edited to allow deflate) nginx....
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Streaming proxied responses with gzip on nginx

I have an nginx reverse proxy in front of a node.js backend server. In my node app, I am able to stream responses as they become ready, so that the client can start downloading resources referenced in ...
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Nginx reverse-proxy to a cloudfront distribution and preserve gzip compression

I have problems trying to set up a nginx reverse-proxy that preservers gzip compression. My setup : I have a CLoudfront distribution with gzip compression enabled (as you can see on http://...
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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" allowDefinition="...
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Enforcing No Gzip on Nginx

I need to disable gzip in some cases, regardless of client's Accept-* request headers. My Nginx's conf entry has the following directives: gzip off; more_clear_input_headers -t 'text/html' Accept ...
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nginx gzip_static: why are the non-compressed files required?

I'm working with nginx 1.4.4 running on Ubuntu 12.04.4. nginx is reverse-proxing a cluster of Rails application servers. Static files (mostly assets) are served directly, without hitting the ...
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How to use IIS URL Rewrite with gzip compression

I've been trying to create outbound rules in IIS 7.5 on Windows 2008 R2 on a site that has static HTML pages and compression enabled. If I have any form of compression enabled (static or dynamic) I ...
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Problems with Gzip compression on Amazon CloudFront

I had a CloudFront distribution configured with S3 as an origin. I have enabled "Compress Objects Automatically" as per Amazon guide. Waited for the distribution status to display "online" then ...
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Apache mod_deflate not compressing javascript and css files?

"GET /Symfony/web/app.php/app/dashboard HTTP/1.1" 4513/37979 (11%) "GET /Symfony/web/css/application.css HTTP/1.1" -/- (-%) "GET /Symfony/web/js/application.js HTTP/1.1" -/- (-%) "GET /Symfony/web/js/...
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mysterious gzip malfunction on nginx

· gzip shows as not enabled on my site · and not even the tech support of my host, asmallorange, can figure out the cause of my problem · hopefully someone here can · i've documented my exact set-...
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gzip_ratio not printing in nginx logs

I'm configuring the nginx access_log to output in JSON format to use with other tools. The data I want includes info about the compression. I have gzip on, but the only thing I'm getting for the ...
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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: https://stackoverflow.com/...
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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 enable IIS to always precompress / pregzip a certain file?

I have a 4mb js file (gzipped version is 900kb). The file is like this: main.328479fdsdf.js (so it has a hash based on the content). IIS seems to compress my big js file only if is accessed 2 times ...
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Turn on Gzip for combined JS or CSS files without file extension

I'm trying to configure GZip on my nginx server. It works for files with an file-extension. To make a decision what kind of file is served over the network, Nginx does not analyze the file contents ...
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Use of gzip with multiple, sequential nginx proxies

Consider the following server setup on a network: In this example, both of the proxy servers are Nginx servers. If the aim is to reduce load time for the client, should compression be used by the ...
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What steps are necessary to enable support for Content-Encoding: gzip POST bodies to an ASP.NET application hosted in IIS 8.5

Sending Accept-Encoding: gzip to my server currently upgrades the server responses with gz compression. Sending Content-Encoding: gzip POST bodies to my server does not result in my application ...
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How to zip files with a size limit?

I have a script that zip files from a folder. I want to make sure that the zipped file is not more than 10 MB. If the size is more than 10MB, it should create another ZIP file. Is there any command (...
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How do I configure nginx to accept gzip requests?

I know that you can use nginx HttpGzipModule to gzip responses. Can you als use it to enable nginx to handle gzip-compressed requests, i.e. ones with the request header: Content-Encoding: gzip ? Note:...
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NGINX gzip_static not working

I have the following conf on nginx: location ~* ^/assets/ { add_header Access-Control-Allow-Headers content-type; add_header Access-Control-Allow-Origin *; add_header Cache-Control "...
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Faster zlib alternatives [closed]

I wonder, if there are any faster builds of zlib around with more advanced optimizations? If it's possible to optimize it using SSE instructions or Intel C++ compiller, or some trick which were ...
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nginx gzip not working for ssi

I tried setting up gzip compression for server side included files in nginx. I have enabled gzip compression in nginx.conf This is the configuration that I have used: gzip on; gzip_vary on; ...
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nginx gzip not work in some network

Pictures: In centos7 gzip works In windows10 wifi:name1, gzip does not work In windows10 wifi:name2, gzip works But tomcat 8 gzip works in all places My nginx config: user nginx; ...
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Break up a dd image into multiple files

I'm doing some data recovery from a hard disk. The disk has about 300GB of data on it, but I lack another hard drive that has 300GB of free space. I have three HDs, with 150, 40, and 120 GB free. ...
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Enabling Brotli compression on IIS

My team us currently trying to install Brotli compression on a VPS: Windows Server 2012 R2 with IIS8.5 using the 64bit module that can be downloaded here: https://www.iispeed.com/pagespeed/products/...
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Change nginx gzip compression level based on user agent

I've profiled my site and realized that turning the gzip_comp_level up past 1 for desktop reduces total throughput. But, on mobile, where network speed is the bottleneck and not the server TTFB, ...
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How to replace gzip with pigz without breaking anything

I would like to use pigz to compress my backups instead of gzip on Linux. Since pigz is a replacement for gzip, is it safe to replace the gzip binary (without deleting it) with a symlink to the pigz ...
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Enable both brotli and gzip on NGINX?

Is it possible to enable both gzip and brotli compression in NGINX? If the client supports both then return brotli, if only gzip / brotli then return the specicfied, and else if no support for gzip / ...
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Gzip mistake with directory

I accidently gzip -rv directory and now all individual files is in .gz format. How do I undo this and gunzip all .gz files within the directory? And how do I just gzip this whole directory? I tried ...
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compression of comma v/s pipe separated files

Comma separated data files takes almost same or slightly more disk space than pipe separated data. But once compressed using gzip the comma separated files are much smaller than pipe separated files. ...
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Nginx image display issue after optimization

I made some optimizations using gtmetrix to improve web site performance. Like enabling gzip compression etc.. When I try to test site using online services like browserling.com images are not ...
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Nginx Gzip Not Working

As the title said, Nginx Gzip is not working, I have tried many configurations scattered on the internet none have worked, I'm really frustrated when simple things don't work. gzip.conf: gzip on; ...
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GZip compression not working on Tomcat7

I recently tried using gzip compression to improve web UI performance. I configured Tomcat Connector as below. compression="on" compressionMinSize="2048" noCompressionUserAgents="gozilla, traviata" ...
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bzip2 too slow. Multiple cores are avaible

I am running this command: pg_dumpall | bzip2 > cluster-$(date --iso).sql.bz2 It takes too long. I look at the processes with top. The bzip2 process takes about 95% and postgres 5% of one core. ...
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How do I load a sql.gz file to my database? (importing)

I'm trying to import a gzipped SQL file into mysql directly. Is this the right way? mysql -uroot -ppassword mydb > myfile.sql.gz
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Configure API proxy with custom rules based on path - Nginx

I configured nginx to act as a reverse proxy for Blynk's API since the visualization tool I'm using requires me to use https and they just support http. Everything works fine, but since i need to ...
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How to tell if mod_deflate is actually working?

I have put the following in my http.conf file: # mod_deflate configuration <IfModule mod_deflate.c> # Restrict compression to these MIME types AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE text/plain ...
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Rolling log file without losing any log event

I have a 8GB file called php.log with a running php script logging into it. It is important for me that I log every event, and I want to compress it and empty the current file without stopping the web ...
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What is the best nginx compression gzip level?

I'm using nginx reverse proxy cache with gzip enabled. However, I got some problems from Android applications HTTP-requests to my Rails JSON web service. It seems when I turn off reverse proxy cache, ...
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Resume a tar command that was stopped

I am trying to tar a huge directory (with about 600GB) and sometimes my SSH conection drops and I need to execute the tar code again and my linux overwites the previous file beginning all the tar ...
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Terminate Gzip compression at AWS ELB classic load balancer

We have a set of servers in AWS that are behind an ELB. We are trying to upload data to the server. We want to enable gzip, but the servers themselves use an obscure golang framework that does not ...
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Apache server causes tar.gz files to download as uncompressed tarballs still named .gz

We are hosting a number of .tar.gz files on our Apache server. When we download these files, the filename of the downloaded file is the same as on the server... something.tar.gz... but the file is ...
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Why do i get gzip css and js with full size instead of compressed size

I am doing some tests with gzip, I have manually compressed the CSS and JS with gzip. The size of the JS has dropped from 33kb to 7kb. The problem is when I look in the network tab in Chrome or ...
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Enable compression for HTTP2 server-pushes on an apache server

If I enable H2 for my apache server and specify a preloaded link header on a HTML Dokument, the server performs a H2 server-push because it parses the Link header -- so far so good. The problem is ...
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BASH/Linux - Need a command to recursively compress a specific file type within a multiple level directory

I need to compress a considerable number of pdf and txt files but I want to leave the file structure untouched. The directories have many, many subdirectories. When I want to compress files of a ...
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Does Nginx compress files for every request? (with gzip_on)

this is my very first question and please excuse my poor English. I was doing research about how can i improve my page speed and i found out about nginx gzip settings. Below are my gzip settings ...
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IIS Formal Brotli compression module

Is there any formal extension for IIS to support brotli compression? Previously I saw these two extension but I cannot rely on them for a production server: https://www.iis.net/downloads/community/...
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How to split a file and compress directly?

I've a 100GB file and I want to split into 100 of 1GB file each (by line break) e.g. split --bytes=1024M /path/to/input /path/to/output For the 100 files generated, I want to apply gzip/zip to each ...
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Nginx not compressing response of HTTP POST?

I have Nginx setup as a reverse proxy between the world and my app, and it's successfully gzipping the proxied responses of GET requests with this general config: gzip on; gzip_min_length 0; ...