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Can I control the minimum chunk size in apache for chunked transfer encoding?

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Some webpages I pull from an apache webserver return in a single chunk. Others return in multiple chunks.

I'm trying to determine the maximum size of a web resource that when returned from apache will be in a single chunk.

How do I determine this, and is this a setting that can be configured in Apache?
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Apache use the chunk size when it doesn't know the complete size of the stream, so generally the size of chunks depends  more on the output buffer of the overlying application (php has an output buffer of 8k if I remember correctly"

Can't find - or remember- of any setting for chunk
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Thank you!
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