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From peter pilsl <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] troubles with mod_deflate in 2.0.52
Date Thu, 20 Jan 2005 11:28:20 GMT
Nick Kew wrote:
> Your config looks OK to me, so you can check in the error logs.  If the
> deflate filter is not there, it'll log a warning about an unknown filter.
> Diagnostics come on various levels.  A browser that lets you headers
> (such as Lynx) is a good quick-check (not sure if wget is any use there).
> Otherwise insert mod_diagnostics in the filter chain and see what it logs.
> Oh, and LogLevel Debug will cause mod_deflate to log some stuff too.

Thnx. Things working like a charme. And as alway the LogLevel-Tip 
helped. I had turned it on before posting here but it didnt print any 
results. After your posting I turned it on in the right config and then 
things started to figure out.

With loglevel debug, mod_deflate shows exactely the compressionrate as well.
wget can handle deflated things transparetentely and does not show 
anything about it. Lynx is a better attempt, but I still dont know how 
the exacte server-client communication looks in case of deflated 
content. Its time for tpcdump  ...

thnx a lot,

mag. peter pilsl
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