Compression is supported; I've been doing it ever since we went from
Classic to Apache. From the HTTP Admin console, do Web Admin, select
your server instance and select Compression from the left-side menu.

You can do an input filter of DEFLATE. For output filters, add output
filter for any file types you want and again use the DEFLATE filter
name. Also add by MIME type (text/html, text/plain, etc.) using the
DEFLATE filter.

Certain MIME/file types (PDF, graphics) don't take kindly to
compression. So we only compress text like HTML, plain text, and the
like.

Check the Advanced tab; if your pages are large you may want to up the
buffer size.


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