> Does it make sense to you guys to discuss compression outside of TLS?
> There are potentially huge bandwidth savings which could benefit both
> WAN and non-WAN scenarios, and decoupling this problem from TLS would
> make it both accessible to everyone (assuming PostgreSQL clients
> follow). It would be a protocol change though.

I personally don't think it's something that should be implemented in
PostgreSQL core. As a third-party TCP-proxy (on both client and server
sides) with gzip/lz4 support perhaps. I'll be not surprised if it turns
out that such projects already exist.

-- 
Best regards,
Aleksander Alekseev
http://eax.me/


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