Output_buffers and postpone_output

Hi,

Output buffers and postpone_output have disappeared from the wiki
(were they ever there), are they still supported?

Cheers

Dave

On Tue, May 06, 2008 at 11:52:21AM +1000, Dave C. wrote:

Output buffers and postpone_output have disappeared from the wiki
(were they ever there), are they still supported?

Yes, they are supported.

Can you please give me a short rundown of the syntax options and I’ll
update the wiki.

Cheers

Dave

On Tue, May 06, 2008 at 04:41:24PM +1000, Dave C. wrote:

Can you please give me a short rundown of the syntax options and I’ll
update the wiki.

output_buffers 1 32k; # default

are used to read file if sendfile is disabled or if file content should
be processed - SSI, substitution, charset recoding, gzipping.

postpone_output 1460; # default

is used to buffer data to send many small parts in one ethernet packet.
Due to this directive HTTP response header is usually in the same packet
as first response part.

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