- Automatic website and asset optimization
- Latest web optimization techniques
- 40+ configurable optimization filters
- Free, open-source, and frequently updated
- Deployed by individual sites, hosting providers, CDN’s
How does mod_pagespeed speed up web-sites?
mod_pagespeed ships with a set of core filters designed to safely optimize the content of your site without affecting the look or behavior of your site. In addition, it provides a number of more advanced filters which can be turned on by the site owner to gain higher performance improvements.
mod_pagespeed can be deployed and customized for individual web sites, as well as being used by large hosting providers and CDN’s to help their users improve performance of their sites, lower the latency of their pages, and decrease bandwidth usage.
- Latest Beta Version
- Latest Stable Version
- CentOS/Fedora (32-bit and 64-bit)
- Debian/Ubuntu (32-bit and 64-bit)
To install the packages, on Debian/Ubuntu, please run (as root) the following command:
dpkg -i mod-pagespeed-*.deb apt-get -f install
For CentOS/Fedora, please execute (also as root):
yum install at # if you do not already have 'at' installed rpm -U mod-pagespeed-*.rpm
Installing mod_pagespeed will add the Google repository so your system will automatically keep mod_pagespeed up to date. If you don’t want Google’s repository, do
sudo touch /etc/default/mod-pagespeed before installing the package.
What is installed
- The mod_pagespeed packages install two versions of the mod_pagespeed code itself,
mod_pagespeed.sofor Apache 2.2 and
mod_pagespeed_ap24.sofor Apache 2.4.
- Configuration files:
pagespeed_libraries.conf, and (on Debian)
pagespeed.load. If you modify one of these configuration files, that file will not be upgraded automatically in the future.