Friday, October 21, 2011


Thanks to Tanel:

QUERY LOW - uses the LZO compression algorithm. Fastest.
QUERY HIGH - uses the ZLIB (gzip) compression algorithm.
ARCHIVE LOW - uses the ZLIB (gzip) compression algorithm, but at a higher compression level than QUERY HIGH.
ARCHIVE HIGH - uses Bzip2 compression. This is the highest level of compression available but is  most CPU-intensive.

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