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    installing gzip

    I have cpanel install on my server, now I want to install gzip can i use the tutorial here ?

    http://www.webhostgear.com/249.html

    Will it break my cpanel, server ?

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by taydu3000 View Post
    I have cpanel install on my server, now I want to install gzip can i use the tutorial here ?

    http://www.webhostgear.com/249.html

    Will it break my cpanel, server ?

    thanks
    You will need to adjust your paths here and there for things like apxs... otherwise yes you can use it.

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    thank for your reply

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    Since you're running cPanel, you may as well just use easyapache for mod_gzip/mod_deflate.

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    Yes, I would too recomend mod_deflate. We have installed this for some of our dedicated clients and they are very happy with the results but I'm not sure how would it perform on shred or reseller server, layer0 what's your experience about this?

    http://askapache.info/2.0/mod/mod_deflate.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by SkyNetHosting View Post
    Yes, I would too recomend mod_deflate. We have installed this for some of our dedicated clients and they are very happy with the results but I'm not sure how would it perform on shred or reseller server, layer0 what's your experience about this?

    http://askapache.info/2.0/mod/mod_deflate.html
    I would recommend mod_deflate with a compression level of 1. For static files you should see ~ 70% reduction in size and there won't be a huge impact on CPU (as you're using level 1).

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    Quote Originally Posted by layer0 View Post
    I would recommend mod_deflate with a compression level of 1. For static files you should see ~ 70% reduction in size and there won't be a huge impact on CPU (as you're using level 1).
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