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GZIP Compression can be used to reduce the amount of data being sent &qu= ot;over the wire". Compression is applied as a transport encoding. Th= is can greatly improve webapplication performance, however it can also cons= ume more CPU and some content (eg images) cannot be well compressed.
The Jetty Default = Servlet can serve precompressed static content as a transport encoding = and avoid the expense of on-the-fly compression. If the "gzip" i= nit parameter is set to true, then Jetty will look for compressed static re= sources. So if a request for "foo.txt" is received and the file= "foo.txt.gz" exists, then it will be served as "foo.txt&quo= t; with a gzip transport encoding.
The Jetty Gzip= Filter is a compression filter that can be applied to almost any dynam= ic resource (servlet). It fixes many of the bugs in commonly available co= mpression filters (eg handles all ways that content length may be set) and = has been testing with Jetty continuations and suspending requests.
Some user-agents may be excluded from compression, so as to avoid some c= ommon browser bugs (yes this means IE!).------=_Part_41633_1852956364.1371665470062--