Conditionally Disabling GZIP in Order to Serve ESI

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7 comments

  • Frank Farmer

    There's a missing semicolon after unset bereq.http.accept-encoding

  • Justin

    Thanks @Frank_Farmer

  • Ilya Kaplan

    Hi Justin,

    I ping with this question every now and then. Is there any plan to fix ESI with GZip limitation? After all Varnish 3 does support it.

    Now question related to workaround mentioned here. Turning gzip off for all HTML would drastically increase content size. Wouldn't it seriously impact on performance of site that uses this workaround?

  • Justin

    You're in luck! We're almost ready to announce support but not quite yet... If you'd like to test it out in the meantime send in a Support ticket and we can let you the current state.

  • Justin

    Don't jinx it! :sweat_smile: Seriously though, the release date hasn't been given, but it's being tested by customers now, so it won't be too long...

  • markwainwright

    Hi @justin. Just wondering if there's any update on when ESI + gzip will be supported?

  • Justin

    Hi @markwainwright. Enabling will require emailing support@fastly.com. It's fairly quick and easy to do now.

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