[rt-users] 3.6.0 speed improvements

Jesse Vincent jesse at bestpractical.com
Thu Jul 13 19:12:59 EDT 2006

> 2) Still, it was fetching all those files on every request, and arguably the
> only one that ever changes is the main web page. So I turned on:
> ExpiresActive On
> ExpiresByType text/css A3600 # expire in an hour
> ExpiresByType image/png A3600
> ExpiresByType application/x-javascript A3600
> ExpiresByType image/gif A3600
> Cut the number of requests per page down to 2 - and the total amount of tcp
> packets on a typical rt page as measured by ethereal by about half. User
> visible performance especially over the internet to my co-lo site was
> markedly improved.
> Now in this latter thing I only wanted to put in for NoAuth subdirs but thus
> far I haven't convinced .htaccess to work for these subdirs.
> Is there a better way to do this?

Well, there's a more generic way to do it. (and we've started doing that
in the repository aiming otward 3.6.1), using a mason autohandler.

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