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Re: LZ4 + nginx

July 17, 2012 02:26PM
read a lz4 file or stream -> serve to browser

Can I also request LZ4 compression be a supported feature for direct delivery to a browser ? As a provider this means less overhead of a compressed stream on each connection, meaning that there's less of a bandwidth vs. CPU tradeoff.

I've begun requesting different browsers support this natively as well.

The real question I suppose is: How did gzip come to be used ? With the performance differences in speed and compression I envision a shift to LZ4.

Thoughts ?
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