I think mmcache.compress and zlib.output_compression do the same thing, they compress HTML-Output of PHP.
But which one should I use? At the moment I have both enabled, but this is not what I want ;-)
What happends if I have both enabled? Is it compressed twice? Or which one is used?
What is the advantage of using mmcache.compress over zlib.output_compression?
At the moment I have the following configuration:
What would you use for these parameters?
Does mmcache need the php zlib module?
I think mmcache compress is just how it stores the scripts on disk or memory -
Pls someone correct me if i am wrong.
Thinking of which - if I have the memory would it be faster to set this to false?
This only applies to caching of full page
The output would stored compressed and streamed when requested
The zlib functions compress on-the-fly, meaning every time the page is requested, it will recompress it, waste of CPU :)
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