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I'd like to enable content compression for the ivy webserver as we're sending huge files over slow networks. Currently only CSS and JavaScript contents should be compressed as GZIP. How can I configure that?

asked 10.11.2016 at 10:54

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You can enable content compression by settings SystemProperties in the AdminUi.

WebServer.HTTP.CompressableMimType : defines the content types which will be compressed WebServer.HTTP.Compression : defines whether compression is used

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A restart is required to apply the properties. You can test if compression is on with a browser network debugger:

  • without compression: uncompressed
  • with compression: compressed

These properties will be directly applied to the HTTP-Connector. So it has the same effect as defining them in raw server.xml. As described here.

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answered 10.11.2016 at 10:56

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