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Google's new mod_pagespeed for Apache


The bug I submitted about the cached names being to long has been fixed. More information is available here. I have not tested it yet, but hope to do so shortly.

Google has released mod_pagespeed for Apache, a module that brings promise of faster page loads and less bandwidth usage, lowering costs and making everyone happy. Is it possible that this could work as well as APC? sudo apt…


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