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How do we gzip or deflate rest/v10/metadata/public?type_filter=&module_filter=&platform=base
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on Jul 1, 2015
on Jul 2, 2015 by Matt Marum
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Chrome's Pagespeed says rest/v10/metadata/public?type_filter=&module_filter=&platform=base can be compressed 86%. But I can't seem to get this particular file to get compressed. Anybody know how to compress this file?
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Jul 2, 2015 11:19 AM
That response is compressed on my local Apache setup. Here's what my Apache deflate output filter config looks like.
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Jul 2, 2015 11:36 AM
Can you add a request to add this to the .htaccess file for a future release?
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Jul 2, 2015 12:40 PM
So that has been a subject of debate off and on over the couple of years I've been at SugarCRM. The issue with compression is that you can sometimes run into mysterious compatibility issues if certain HTTP clients don't support it. Also, it can significantly increase server load (CPU and memory) since each request gets compressed on the fly. So enabling compression on a busy server can cause it to keel over. Since we can't say for sure if it will "work well" for everyone, we don't plan to enable it by default.
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