help needed with spdy

Christian Bönning christian.boenning at
Wed Jul 25 13:22:00 UTC 2012

Yes, here you are: That
was created using the debug_connection directive on another - less
production critical - Host I can "play" with. 100% the same setup
(like os, compiler, openssl, nginx, configure-options & stuff). nginx
Config is the same (exept some paths where the application itself
lives). This host is showing the same problem.


2012/7/25 Valentin V. Bartenev <ne at>:
> On Wednesday 25 July 2012 16:18:01 Christian Bönning wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I'm usually compiling nginx from source (currently using 1.3.3). As
>> I've read that spdy success story yesterday I thought I'd try that
>> myself. So I got 1.3.3 again patched it using spdy.patch-47.txt,
>> downloaded OpenSSL 1.0.1c and configured nginx using
>> '--with-http_ssl_module
>> --with-openssl=/usr/src/nginx/source/openssl-1.0.1c
>> --with-sha1=/usr/src/nginx/source/openssl-1.0.1c
>> --with-md5=/usr/src/nginx/source/openssl-1.0.1c' besides my other
>> defaults (full nginx -V & uname -a as well as my config which I'm
>> running for that host here:
>> The site which I'm running (with 'ssl' and 'spdy' within the listen
>> directive) on this host currently is a redmine installation where
>> nginx delivers all static assets and passes anything else to thin.
>> Another vHost (running phpmyadmin there) on that server is spdy
>> enabled too - but listening on both. HTTP and HTTPS. Any access for
>> testing there is running through https anyway.
>> However neither Chrome (v22 with spdy enabled) nor Firefox (v14, spdy
>> enabled too) indicate that spdy is used on any of those hosts. Any
>> ideas what's going be wrong here?
> Could you provide a debug log?
>  wbr, Valentin V. Bartenev
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