[Seaside] Kom/Seaside/Apache, gzip?
seaside at harford.org
Thu Mar 23 04:28:10 UTC 2006
Most of the content that we serve up using Apache is gziped either
using Apache's mod_deflate ( we used mod_gzip with apache 1.3) or
using PHP's output buffering capabilities. My users have become
accustom to the quick download times of our web biased applications.
Gziping content makes a huge difference with our applications. Does
Kom support this? If it does not appear that it would be a huge
undertaking. Any pointers on where to begin ?
Does anyone know if Apache can act a a gzip proxy ? Gziping non-ziped
content served from seaside. Has any one done this? Any examples?
The only idea I had was to use mod_php/mod_perl to handle the
proxying and gziping from a seaside image. I am not sure what the
performance hit would be but it just feels hackish to me. In my mind
the best solution would be Gzip support in Kom.
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