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Docker container image with nginx and ng_pagespeed built together.
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ngx_pagespeed

Docker file do create and build a nginx image with ng_pagepeed module compiled together.

Configuration

Environment variables

You can configure the container using those encvironment variables.
Notice: The container must be started with the environment variables set correctly. Any change made on the environment variables after the container is runnig will be disconsidered.

Nginx settings:

The nginx environment variables start with NGX_.

NGX_LOGLEVEL Default: debug
Set the log levevel you want to be expoded by the nginx error logs.

NGX_UPSTREAM_NAME Default: www.google.com
Set the name of the nginx upstream server.

NGX_UPSTREAM_NAME Default: www.google.com:80
The server that will respond to the upstream.

Page speed module settings:

The following settings use the same names as the settings created by Google on the page speed module. The only diference is that the environment variables are all prepended with NPS_.
Notice: Not all settings are available yet. We are working on that.
For more information, visit Google's page speed module configurarion page here.

NPS_ENABLED Default: on
Enable or disable the page speed module completely.

NPS_LOWERCASEHTMLNAMES Default: on
HTML is case-insensitive, whereas XML and XHTML are not. Web performance Best Practices suggest using lowercase keywords, and PageSpeed can safely make that transformation in HTML documents.
In general, PageSpeed knows whether a document is HTML or not via Content-Type tags in HTTP headers, and DOCTYPE. However, many web sites have Content-Type: text/html for resources that are actually XML documents.
If PageSpeed lowercases keywords in XML pages, it can break the consumers of such pages, such as Flash. To be conservative and avoid breaking such pages, PageSpeed does not lowercase HTML element and attribute names by default. However, you can sometimes achieve a modest improvement in the size of compressed HTML by enabling this feature with settings the environment variable NPS_LOWERCASEHTMLNAMES on.

NPS_ENABLEFILTERS Default: rewrite_javascript,move_css_to_head,rewrite_css,combine_css,combine_javascript,collapse_whitespace,dedup_inlined_images,elide_attributes
Filters enabled on the page speed module. For more information about the options on this variable check out the documentation page here.
Notice: This variable must have at least one filter or the nginx configuration will break. If you want to disable the module use the NPS_ENABLED variable.

NPS_RESPECTVARY Default: off
In order to maximize the number of resources that PageSpeed can rewrite, by default the module does not respect Vary: User-Agent and other Vary headers on resource files, such as JavaScript and css files. By disregarding the Vary headers, PageSpeed is able to keep the size of the cache down. PageSpeed will always respect Vary: Accept-Encoding, regardless of this setting. PageSpeed will also always respect Vary headers on HTML files, regardless of this setting.
If a site has resources that legitimately vary on User-Agent, or on some other attribute, then in order to preserve that behavior, you must set NPS_RESPECTVARY on your environment variables.

NPS_DISABLEREWRITEONNOTRANSFORM Default: off
By default, PageSpeed does not rewrite resources that have Cache-Control: no-transform set in the Response Header. This is true for all types of resources, such as JavaScript, images, CSS etc. By respecting Cache-Control: no-transform headers, PageSpeed cannot optimize resources that could otherwise be rewritten.
To optimize resources irrespective of Cache-Control: no-transform headers, you must set NPS_DISABLEREWRITEONNOTRANSFORM on to your environment variables.

NPS_MODIFYCACHINGHEADERS Default: on
By default, PageSpeed serves all HTML with Cache-Control: no-cache, max-age=0 because the transformations made to the page may not be cacheable for extended periods of time.
If you want to force PageSpeed to leave the original HTML caching headers you must set the NPS_MODIFYCACHINGHEADERS on to your environment variables.

NPS_XHEADERVALUE Default: "Powered By jmtvms/ngx_pagespeed"
By default, PageSpeed adds an header, X-Page-Speed in Nginx, with the version of PageSpeed being used. The format of this header is:
[Major].[Minor].[Branch].[Point]-[Commit]
For example:
1.9.32.3-4448
We update these following this schedule:
Major Version
Incremented when we make very large changes.
Minor Version
Incremented for each release since the last major version
Branch Number
Incremented for every release. Always increasing.
Point Number
Incremented each time we build a new release candidate or patch release, resets on each minor release.
Commit Number
Incremented each time we accept a commit to the PSOL trunk. Always increasing.
All servers running a given release will have the same value for this header by default. If you would like to change the value reported, you can use the NPS_XHEADERVALUE environment variable to specify what to use instead.

Exposed ports

The main idea of this image is to test ngx_pagespeed in action, it only exposes the por 80(HTTP). We are working to make it work on 443(HTTPS).

How to use it

As it is

To use the image as it is just start the container

docker run -it -p 8080:80 jmtvms/ngx_pagespeed

Set different configuration

To use this container using different configuration you can set any environment variables using the parameter -e "VARIABLE_NAME=value".

docker run -it -p 8080:80 -e "NPS_ENABLED=off" jmtvms/ngx_pagespeed

This will start the container but the page speed module will be disabled.

After the container is created you can just use go to http://localhost:8080 and see it working.

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