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Gzip and log files

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by dandanfireman, Sep 6, 2002.

  1. dandanfireman

    dandanfireman Well-Known Member

    May 31, 2002
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    I have discovered, which I believe others have also, that the Cpanel bandwidth statistics do not take into account mod_gzip. I believe that cpanel bandwidth statistics uses information from the byteslogs. If you compare the byteslogs with the logs for a particular domain, you should see what I am talking about.

    With mod_gzip turned on the byte counts are vastly different..often by a factor of five.

    With mod_gzip turned off, the byte counts are similar enough to account for inbound request and outbound reply.

    However, with mod_gzip off and php compression on, the byte counts again appear to be similar.

    Anyone suggest a resolution to allow the use mod_gzip and cpanel bandwidth monitoring?
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