HTTP/2 Concurrent streams question
michael.x.mcmahon at oracle.com
Wed Nov 7 18:08:53 UTC 2018
That's useful feedback Simone. It sounds like this is a somewhat
different issue though.
How would you recommend determining when to open a new connection to
On 07/11/2018, 12:00, Simone Bordet wrote:
> On Wed, Nov 7, 2018 at 11:44 AM Michael McMahon
> <michael.x.mcmahon at oracle.com> wrote:
>> This is the right place to ask! It was implemented that way because RFC 7540
>> recommends that:
>> Clients SHOULD NOT open more than one HTTP/2 connection to a given
>> host and port pair, where the host is derived from a URI, a selected
>> alternative service [ALT-SVC], or a configured proxy.
>> One workaround would be to create a second HttpClient in that situation.
> From the Jetty experience in the field, opening just one connection is
> most often impractical.
> The first reason is that the typical session flow control window will
> be (almost) immediately exhausted and you get a large performance hit
> due to the flow control frames roundtrips.
> The second reason is that even enlarging the session flow control
> window to very large values, you then end up hitting TCP flow control,
> with the same effects on performance.
> Opening few connections (many many less that you would with HTTP/1.1)
> showed to be a good compromise between resource utilization and
> performance (and outperforms HTTP/1.1).
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