We have an issue in .css compression on IE6. Hence we excluded .css from compression but still it is being compressed and the page is not getting displayed correctly. In addition I have also applied acceleration policy.
Is there any reason why .css not matched on the exclusion class map & getting compressed? Is optimization policy related to this issue?
The strange thing here is I m using the same class map compression-exclusion-mime-type for 20 VIP's. In which for 15 VIP's it is getting the hit and css are not compressed. But for 5 VIP's it didnt get the hit.
I have tried with below max length but still css didnt get the hit.
set header-maxparse-length 65535
set content-maxparse-length 65535
I removed the class map from all the 20 SLB policies, then deleted the entire class map compression-exclusion-mime-type & reconfigured it again. still it didnt get hit but in http analyzer i can see the css are being compressed and as a result the page didnt get displayed properly in IE6.
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