ERR_SPDY_PROTOCOL_ERROR Nginx !!
shahzaib.cb at gmail.com
Wed Aug 2 08:17:06 UTC 2017
Thanks for response well i've tried lot more things, updated FreeBsd,
updated openssl but issue is still there. Do you think is there any
possibility it is linked with Nginx ? Here is my Nginx SSL config :
>>There is more than one version of google chrome. Some web reports suggest
that SPDY support was going to be removed in version 51.
Chrome version is 64 latest which has removed spdy and supports HTTP2 i
>>On that basis, if you are looking for how to diagnose the problem,
I'd start by looking at the clients and seeing what changed on their side.
We are also getting spdy error, we create an html page and put 6 direct
video links on the page like following :
After that we open this link in Incognito chrome and in Inspect element
under Console those SPDY protocol errors start to occur. Here see the
screenshot : http://prntscr.com/g3bqcg
On Wed, Aug 2, 2017 at 12:13 PM, Francis Daly <francis at daoine.org> wrote:
> On Tue, Aug 01, 2017 at 06:50:39PM +0500, shahzaib mushtaq wrote:
> Hi there,
> > Thanks for the answer, the browser is google chrome. Googling not helping
> > much we've tried various solutions but all in vain. :-(
> That's not much to go on.
> There is more than one version of google chrome. Some web reports suggest
> that SPDY support was going to be removed in version 51.
> Some web reports suggest client-side changes that can avoid that error
> message, including one particular malware-protection system leading to
> it appearing.
> You don't say which "various solutions" you have tried, so there's no
> point me linking to the same web pages that you can find -- perhaps
> you've already seen them and done what they suggest.
> What you seem to be reporting is that things were working fine with your
> nginx and some clients; and then without changing nginx, some clients
> started failing.
> On that basis, if you are looking for how to diagnose the problem,
> I'd start by looking at the clients and seeing what changed on their side.
> There may well be a problem with your nginx setup; or there may well
> be something that you can change on your nginx side to unbreak whatever
> client changes happened; but from what you have written so far, I see
> no evidence of that.
> Good luck with it,
> Francis Daly francis at daoine.org
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