Re: http/2 multiple post requests
Date: Mon, 6 Oct 2014 23:24:58 +0200 (CEST)
On Mon, 6 Oct 2014, Scott Mitchell wrote:
>> curl will attempt to use the same connection for both (all) requests but
>> probably something makes the server or curl to close that connection and
>> make a new one for the second one.
> curl is saying that it can re-use connection 0 and then issues the second
> stream 3 request. Other than curl attempting to re-try the request I don't
> see how this relates to the second connection being made.
I don't see curl mentioning any second connection?
> I have included the application data portion of the -v output below but are
> there any other debug flags that may be useful?
There's no additional level but you can get also the protocol "body" parts
with --trace and --trace-ascii.
> It would be helpful to know where a protocol error is being triggered from
> or in general why it is being triggered.
I agree that it would be useful at least at times, but we may need to add more
logging for that.
> The server I am attempting to communicate with is nghttp2 based and I am
> able to communicate with it from a Netty based client.
Well, we are also able to communicate with nghttp2 based servers...
> Do you have a curl example command that mimics the described request scheme
> (2 post requests, first response is headers only, second response is headers
> + data) against a test server?
I'm sorry but can you show us a curl command line that doesn't work ?
> * SSLv2, Unknown (23):
That looks bad!
> * Connection #0 to host 10.0.2.2 left intact
> * Found bundle for host 10.0.2.2: 0x2073200
> * Re-using existing connection! (#0) with host 10.0.2.2
> * Connected to 10.0.2.2 (10.0.2.2) port 13443 (#0)
... this shows curl re-using an existing connection for the next transfer. No
new connection there. Are you saying this message output is incorrect?
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