Yeah I'm trying to figure out how to get a concise example of this - my 
deepest apologies.

I did try it with default ListenAndServeTLS and it exhibited the same 
problem.  There is no Hijack calls, x/net/ipv4.  This is really pretty 
bare-bones http service.

I'd say its about 100 reqs/sec on one interface and 20 on the other.

- Greg

On Tuesday, September 20, 2016 at 7:44:40 AM UTC-7, James Bardin wrote:
> It would really help if we had some complete code to reproduce the issue. 
> It sounds like the server isn't closing connections, but with only these 
> simple handlers I don't see where that could happen. Are there any Hijack 
> calls, x/net/ipv4, or network related syscalls anywhere in your code?
> Does this only happen with your custom tls.Config, or can you reproduce 
> this with the default ListenAndServeTLS?
> What is the request rate you're seeing when things start to fail?

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