When buffering is enabled, nginx receives the response to a page request as fast as possible and stores it into the buffer of the nginx-dogus, to pass it on from there bit by bit. This improves performance for users with slow internet connections. Buffering can be enabled/disabled for individual dogus. To do this, a registry key must be set in the following format:
/config/nginx/buffering/<doguname> = on|off
If no value is set, buffering is always enabled.
After the key is set in the registry, nginx and the dogu for which the key was set must be restarted.