Proxy_store binary encoding?


#1

Hello,

I have a problem with proxy_store, files are stored in a “binary format”
(see below).
The size of it is exactly the same as the original contents, so it’s not
a “compression”.

What can I do to avoid this ? I didn’t find anything about this
“encoding”.

Thanks,
Olivier

The binary contents :

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#2

On Fri, Dec 19, 2008 at 04:24:08PM +0100, Olivier B.valet wrote:

Hello,

I have a problem with proxy_store, files are stored in a “binary format”
(see below).
The size of it is exactly the same as the original contents, so it’s not
a “compression”.

What can I do to avoid this ? I didn’t find anything about this “encoding”.

nginx does not do any encoding while proxy_store.
This is raw content from backend. Try to run gunzip to ensure
that is not backend’s gzipping.


#3

Wow, you’re right. PHP is compressing the data… I was comparing to the
size of the contents my browser was indicated, which of course is also
compressed…

Thanks a lot !

Olivier

Igor S. a écrit :