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Upgrade Google mod_pagespeed v0.9.10.1-250

Google Mod_pagespeed is an active project. I am noticed that it is has a new update now.
Google mod_pagespeed v0.9.10.1-250
Project site has the latest update: There is still shown as Actually when I download and update, the latest binary is shown as above.
The upgrade is very simple, let me show it.

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Google mod_pagespeed v0.9.1.1-171 release

mod_pagespeed has so big problem on Centos and other Linux dist. It release the to fix following bugs.
Issue 5 Incorrectly handling not-quoted font-family names with spaces
Issue 7 insert_img_dimensions not detecting existing dimensions
Issue 10 A whole lot of HTTPD processes
Issue 11 After installing module server becomes unusable
Issue 18 LogLevel seems to be ignored
Issue 25 Misleading server error message
Issue 30 Very slow memory leak
Issue 33 Do not warn on “Invalid url relative to…”
The problem I mentioned on previous post about it crushed my Centos is about Issue 10.
Now Centos binary package released.

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Google mod_pagespeed make Centos crush

I am not sure, what is the problem. When I install the mod_pagespeed on my Centos VPS, it make the Apache crushed. It ate a lot of memory, until over the memory limit. I have to restart the VPS.
Just a few minutes, it happened again.
So I have to remove it and use my manual optimize. Actually, Google mod_pagespeed does not make my web page faster. Same pagespeed score. Same YSlow score.

Google release mod_pagespeed beta

Google released a new product, mod_pagespeed. It is a mod for Apache web server.

mod_pagespeed is an open-source Apache module that automatically optimizes web pages and resources on them. It does this by rewriting the resources using filters that implement web performance best practices. Webmasters and web developers can use mod_pagespeed to improve the performance of their web pages when serving content with the Apache HTTP Server.

mod_pagespeed includes several filter that optimize JavaScript, HTML and CSS stylesheets. It also includes filters for optimizing JPEG and PNG images. The filters are based on a set of best practices known to enhance web page performance. Webmasters who set up mod_pagespeed in addition to configuring proper caching and compression on their Apache distribution should expect to see an improvement in the loading time of the pages on their websites.

To install it on Centos 5.5, I did following.

1) SSH to my VPS with root right.

2) Add Google Linux Software Repositories.

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