Jens Peters wrote:
> Stefan Küng wrote:
> > No, zlib is not linked with openssl (in other words: openssl is not
>> built with zlib enabled).
>> But neon and serf (the DAV libraries subversion uses) are linked with
> Wow, thanks for your fast answer! I'm asking because I read the
> following chapter: http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/ssl/ssl_faq.html#comp
> But if you don't use zlib within openssl then there is no urgent need
> for me to change my mod_ssl.
> I think (but I'm not sure) that zlib support in neon is used when you
> use mod_deflate on the server. I'm not sure what happens if you would
> combine deflate and ssl? Is one prefered over the other? Will
yes, neon uses zlib in combination with mod_deflate.
You can of course combine deflate and ssl. But it won't help: there's no
gain in compressing something twice with the same algorithm.
> mod_deflate ueberhaupt be used in combination with ssl? Or does some
> data will compressed twice? I have something to play with ;)
I leave you to play with these settings yourself. Please report back
what you find.
And next time, use the correct glyph: it's "überhaupt", not "ueberhaupt" :)
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Received on 2008-06-20 10:27:14 CEST