Nginx PageSpeed module now available for stable nginx

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We have rebuilt the latest PageSpeed module for stable nginx. This means our repository subscribers can now make use of latest PageSpeed optimizations.
The update is just one command away:

yum update

If you’re not yet using our RPM repository for nginx modules, we have the guide to set you up.

There are many nginx modules available for both RedHat 6 and 7.

  1. Yunier

    Recently I found this repo and use it.
    But pagespeed doesn’t work perfectly.
    On nginx error file I can see: pagespeed: cannot set gzip, command not found.
    I have gzip off; and gzip package installed.

    • Danila Vershinin

      Hi Yunier,

      You can direct your issue to ngx_pagespeed issue tracker at GitHub.
      As to the issue itself – I couldn’t reproduce it. Perhaps you’re using custom compiled nginx in your PATH and it’s using older ngx_pagespeed module.
      To my knowledge the latest ngx_pagespeed doesn’t need gzip package to be installed, because the gzip functionality is built-in.
      Note that we are not developers for ngx_pagespeed, but we have packaged it for use by anyone willing to use it in production.


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