Gabriel Wicke <> changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
           Priority|High                        |Normal

--- Comment #3 from Gabriel Wicke <> ---
Varnish actually transparently decompresses stored compressed content and
strips the supplied Accept header in its backend request. Since mid-November we
always return compressed content, and Varnish stores it in compressed form for
a much better hit rate. So the impact is not as high as I thought:

1) it causes some extra CPU load in Varnish for decompression

2) it results in a larger network transfer on the internal network

Both have a very small performance impact. The Parsoid Varnish is basically
idle CPU-wise and the internal network is fast.

Lowering the priority to reflect this.

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