You can use the range fetch alternative

An alternative to Serve from Zip is serving content from a flat file using a "range fetch."

This may be preferred in some circumstances, but it not helpful in situations where preserving a directory structure is required—Serve from Zip remains the best solution in those cases. If you have data that does not fit well into individual files, however, a flat file might work best.

For example, if you have a large number of random one-line sentences you want to display (the UNIX system’s fortune program), you could create a file for each and give them random names, or you could create one flat file and use range fetches to gather the individual sentences.