Enable GZIP in jira
Is it ok to enable GZIP in jira?. in default GZIP compression is disabled in jira.is there any reason for that?. I have tested with the test server and it works fine and reduces the loading time significantly. but when it comes to live server sometimes its take too much processor in the server machine. is there any reason to happening this?.
If you are running JIRA behind Apache or another web/proxy server, which I believe most people are, then you want to leave gzip turned off. Atlassian recommends disabling gzip compression in JIRA in those scenarios since it can cause performance problems, and which is likely why it is disabled by default. (This is presumably because the proxy has to decompress the stream before handling it and sending it on to its final destination.) If you want this feature and you are using a proxy, you should enable gzip compression directly on the proxy instead. If you are not using a proxy, then it should be safe to enable it in JIRA. There used to be some interoperability issues when using gzip in earlier versions of JIRA, but I believe they have all been fixed.
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