2011/5/16 Justin Erenkrantz <justin_at_erenkrantz.com>:
> So...at my hotel in Ljubljana, they have a silly Squid proxy that
> doesn't understand chunked request bodies. I know this has been a
> huge detriment for some people with serf - so, here's a patch for serf
> that will try to send C-L bodies for basic HTTP request bodies. With
> this patch, ra_serf only sends C-L...however, the hotel's version of
> Squid (squid/2.7.STABLE9) doesn't understand chunked *response* bodies
> either. So, it ends up "Connection: close"-ing after *every single
> request*. Needless to say, serf's not amused - it still works just
> fine; but it's pretty slow as it has to constantly re-open TCP
> connections. There's nothing serf can do about directly controlling
> the server-side's logic to avoid chunking responses.
HTTP/1.0 does not support keep-alive, and thus the connection will be
closed after each request. You will need HTTP/1.1 to keep the
Maybe you are able to connect with HTTPS?
Quick look at the docs says that HTTP/1.1 is disabled in Squid 2.7 by
default and its implementation "is still incomplete" . Squid 3.x
should behave better.
I am not a Squid admin, but just verifying my own worries about that product.
> So, I'm on the fence about cleaning up and applying this patch as I
> think if you're talking to a dumb HTTP proxy, you're likely going to
> run into other serious issues.
> Thoughts? -- justin
Sending from dev_at_subversion. I see that serf-dev@ is also on CC list.
Received on 2011-05-17 00:48:46 CEST