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Re: gzip - unexplained side effects

November 09, 2011 02:09PM
Hi Igor, thanks for your response!

>>If you comment gzip_buffers, you see the previous site state ?

If I comment gzip_buffers, gzip_min_length, and gzip_http_version, I see the previous (desired) behavior.

>>What is typical uncompressed and compressed response size ?

Responses are 6.8k or smaller uncompressed, 2.6k compressed (gzip_comp_level=9), 2.8k compressed (gzip_comp_level=1). About half of the responses are this size, and the other half are less than 1k uncompressed.

We currently have more than adequate CPU and want to minimize bandwidth costs, so I had assumed that more compression was better. Is there another reason that I should stay with the default gzip_comp_level=1? (I'm happy to try it--just curious.)

Cheers,

Dean
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