nginx spdy server hint
cmfileds at gmail.com
Tue Jul 24 18:36:19 UTC 2012
Thanks for the clarification.
When I read through the SPDY documents up to version 4 I saw no
mention of server hints at all. I thought I must have missed something
since every news or review article I read mentions SDPY hints, but no
one ever had an example.
BTW, SDPY on Nginx has worked flawlessly in a public beta production
environment for three(3) weeks now. We see an average of 739
concurrent ips connecting with one TCP connection each and asking for
21 objects per un-cached page request. This has reduced the load
(cpu/ram) on our FreeBSD stateful firewall by ~63% due to less states
and decreased client load times by 47%. I can happily report no
crashes, faults or page errors with the current source build. Thanks
for all the hard work.
On Tue, Jul 24, 2012 at 2:07 PM, Valentin V. Bartenev <ne at vbart.ru> wrote:
> On Tuesday 24 July 2012 21:36:06 CM Fields wrote:
>> Does Nginx support SPDY server hint ?
>> I have built nginx-1.3.3 with patch.spdy-47.txt and openssl-1.0.1c and
>> my test client is Chrome 22.0 (beta unstable). I know SPDY server push
>> is not supported, but is SPDY server hint supported? If so, how do I
>> enable the client to take advantage of server hint?
>> According to the chromium project docs a "link" header might work. I
>> added the Link header using the add_header directive in nginx as
>> stated in their example, but I do not think it is working. For
>> Link: <mypicture1.jpg>; rel=subresource
>> Any help or basic pointers would be greatly appreciated.
> It's just "docs". You will not find either "server hint" or the "Link" header in
> the SPDY specification at the moment.
> wbr, Valentin V. Bartenev
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