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mimetype.use-xattr option

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mimetype.use-xattr

If available, use the XFS-style extended attribute interface to retrieve the "Content-Type" attribute on each file, and use that as the mime type. If it's not defined or not available, fall back to the mimetype.assign assignment.
Example:

mimetype.use-xattr = "enable"

on shell use:

$ attr -s Content-Type -V image/svg svgfile.svg

or

$ attr -s Content-Type -V text/html indexfile

mimetype.xattr-name

If available, the name of the XFS-style extended attribute used to retrieve the value for the Content-Type response header. If it's not defined or not available, fall back to the mimetype.assign assignment.
Examples:

mimetype.xattr-name = "Content-Type"   (default)
mimetype.xattr-name = "user.mime_type" (freedesktop.org convention)

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