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Hi there, I was directed from Wordpress forums to this forum here. I am using a free speedoflight WordPress installation and see some alaerts conderning Apache modules that are markled not to be active. the hoster affirms that they are active...

I receive the following alerst in SpeedofLight System check:

“Mod_Expires infoApache module Expires NOT detected. This module is required to setup cache expiration periods for specific files (JS, CSS…) in web browsers. This is definitively recommended for a better performance”

I get this also for the Apache modules ‘headers’ and ‘filter’ aswell.
my hoster affirms that these modules are activated, by checking this:

root@af9b8:~# a2enmod headers
Module headers already enabled
root@af9b8:~# a2enmod filter
Module filter already enabled
root@af9b8:~# a2enmod expires
Module expires already enabled
root@af9b8:~# date
Mon Sep 24 09:21:11 CEST 2018
root@af9b8:~#

Do you have an idea why SpeedofLight might find an error here?
My hosting company is a german hoster / netcup… but I see this at ‘strato’ (one of the big ones) aswell.

thanks in advance
Pedro
References
  1. https://denkmodus.de
Responses (5)
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Hi,

Thanks for contacting us here about this extension.
Do you have an idea why SpeedofLight might find an error here?

In order to have a deeper look at your problem, please drop us a ticket (menu Support >Ticket support ).
Our developer in charge will take a look at that.

Regards,
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I am getting this same message. Has there been any update?
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Hi JWALK-SAM,

Thanks for contacting us here about this extension.
I am getting this same message. Has there been any update?

Please drop us a ticket (menu Support > Ticket support). Our developer in charge will check the issue.

Regards,
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Similar problem here. Eg. [ Apache module Filter NOT detected. Compression of pages (gzip / deflate) requires Apache modules mod_filter and mod_deflate ]. Can you please post a Solution rather than suggesting a new (private) Ticket, which others cannot read? The OP is about a year old, so presumably this has been solved. A forum response, with details, would be useful to more users. Thx. :o
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Hi WebDuck,

Thanks for contacting us here about this extension.
Similar problem here. Eg. [ Apache module Filter NOT detected. Compression of pages (gzip / deflate) requires Apache modules mod_filter and mod_deflate ]. Can you please post a Solution rather than suggesting a new (private) Ticket, which others cannot read? The OP is about a year old, so presumably this has been solved. A forum response, with details, would be useful to more users

Yes, the issue was fixed, please update to the latest version to get it.

Thanks a lot!
Cheers,
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