C# - Will HttpResponse - Filter Buffer The Whole Data Before Start The Sending?

Apr 6, 2010

An user posts this article about how to use HttpResponse.Filter to compress large amounts of data. But what will happen if I try to transfer a 4G file? will it load the whole file in memory in order to compress it? or otherwise it will compress it chunk by chunk?

I mean, I'm doing this right now:

public void GetFile(HttpResponse response)
String fileName = "example.iso";
response.ContentType = "application/octet-stream";


So at the same time I'm reading, I'm compressing and sending it. Then I wanna know if HttpResponse.Filter do the same thing, or otherwise it will load the whole file in memory in order to compress it. Also, I'm a little bit insecure about this... maybe is needed to load the whole file in memory to compress it... is it?

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