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From Stormy <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] mod_deflate and chunked encoding
Date Sun, 05 Jun 2011 22:39:29 GMT
At 10:56 PM 6/5/2011 +0200, Xavier Noria wrote:
>[snip] I mean. If it is true that Passenger should dechunk (as William says),
>but it is not doing that, but the client still gets the chunked
>response, I wondered whether it worked by luck rather than by all
>the pieces following the contracts. Always according to William's.

mod_deflate is a compression (input decomp possible) capability with client 
caveats. Eric C. has given you the definitive response including streaming, 
but maybe you should have a look at 

I'm not an expert in MS <=> Java matters - but there's a group at that might help with "chunking" (but then again, I'm getting 
long in the tooth and maybe have missed some of the latest innovations.)

Tired old sys-admin 

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