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How to change the Compression options from -1 to -9 in Snappy compression ?

For ex : while you gzip a file, you can use gzip -1 file : to optimize the
speed. Likewise, can change the parameter from -1 to -9 ( -1 means optimize
for speed and -9 means optimize for space)

Thanks,
Nat

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  • Harsh J at Nov 20, 2012 at 5:45 pm
    AFAICT, Google's snappy provides just a singular level of compression
    and not a tunable one such as in deflate, lzo and gzip.
    On Tue, Nov 20, 2012 at 9:22 PM, Natesan Dhanasekar wrote:

    How to change the Compression options from -1 to -9 in Snappy compression ?

    For ex : while you gzip a file, you can use gzip -1 file : to optimize the
    speed. Likewise, can change the parameter from -1 to -9 ( -1 means optimize
    for speed and -9 means optimize for space)

    Thanks,
    Nat

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  • Natesan Dhanasekar at Nov 20, 2012 at 6:01 pm
    Thanks Harsh.
    May I know how to perform tunable compression in LZO, deflate and gzip ?

    Nat
    On Tuesday, November 20, 2012 12:45:01 PM UTC-5, Harsh J wrote:

    AFAICT, Google's snappy provides just a singular level of compression
    and not a tunable one such as in deflate, lzo and gzip.
    On Tue, Nov 20, 2012 at 9:22 PM, Natesan Dhanasekar wrote:

    How to change the Compression options from -1 to -9 in Snappy
    compression ?
    For ex : while you gzip a file, you can use gzip -1 file : to optimize the
    speed. Likewise, can change the parameter from -1 to -9 ( -1 means optimize
    for speed and -9 means optimize for space)

    Thanks,
    Nat

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