I haven’t found any simple flags or commands that allows for that. The official documentation will have more details for you : https://cloud.google.com/compute/docs/instances/preemptible
Hi Artyugin, Thanks for reading!
If you’re wanting lots of custom events / controls at your fetch/cache level, then running an NGINX as a reverse proxy for caching is going to be the best bet.
You can get pretty close though, using stackdriver and the loadbalancer logging for the CDN. Effectively…
A single VD file generates a raster image at whatever size is requested of it. So you can generate a 64x64, or a 2048x2048 from the same VD file. From that regard, you shouldn’t need a VD for each resolution.. Is there an implementation specific detail I’m missing from the example?
That’s certainly a long time!
The small script I wrote uses ImageMagick to convert between JPG/PNG. From there the Butteraugli test was quite fast.
Caveat, is I’ve only tested on ~2kx2k images, but event those took < 1sec to find the ideal quality level.
It only takes PNG as an input-that’s by design; The proper usage is to save your image to JPG (so that you get the lossy compression changes to the visual state) and then convert it over to lossless PNG for comparing in Butteraugli.