On Tue, May 24, 2005 at 04:17:25PM +0100, Kevin Philp wrote:
> From what I read on the Apache website you can set up Apache to
> automatically compress content it sends to clients that understand
> compressed content using mod_deflate. Is mod_deflate used much by
> ISP's? If it is then I assume the only advantage of ONSPEED is that it
> uses better compression algorithms and works with browsers that don't
> understand compressed content.
Hardly any ISP's would be using Apache as a proxy, which the only
sitation the above would come into play. Apache does have mod_gzip
though which means a lot of webrequests are compressed end-to-end.
Colm MacCárthaigh Public Key: colm+pgp at stdlib.net
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