nginx does't serve compressed static .html files. is it a bug?
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Thu Feb 5 20:28:33 UTC 2015
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От: Francis Daly francis at daoine.org
Относно: Re: nginx dows't serve compressed static .html files. is it a bug?
До: nginx at nginx.org
Изпратено на: 05.02.2015 00:53
On Wed, Feb 04, 2015 at 11:36:04PM +0200, peter petrov wrote:
> In my previous post I explained what tried and didn't manage to it. I
> attached nginx.conf file. I'll
> be very grateful is somebody show me a successful way to do this.
curl -i --compressed http://localhost/file.html
will get file.html.gz if it exists, with "Content-Encoding: gzip";
or file.html if that exists, or 404.
Check the "bytes sent" field in your access_log to see which was
sent. Omit the "--compressed" in the curl command to see the difference.
Francis Daly francis at daoine.org
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hi again ,
Thanks for your help
Francis Daly I did what you suggested but it doesn't work. Access.log says both times with --compressed or without it "200 162" for the nginx welcome screen.It is very weird.
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