Hi Krishna,

On Wed, Nov 11, 2015 at 03:22:54PM +0530, Krishna Kumar (Engineering) wrote:
> I just tested with 128K byte file (run 4 wgets
> in parallel each retrieving 128K). Here, I see 4 connections being opened, and
> lots of data packets in the middle, finally followed by 4 connections
> being closed. I
> can test with "ab -k" option to simulate a browser, I guess, will try that.

In my tests, ab -k definitely works.

> > Is wget advertising HTTP/1.1 in the request ? If not that could
> Yes, tcpdump shows HTTP/1.1 in the GET request.


> >   - proxy protocol used to the server
> >   - SNI sent to the server
> >   - source IP binding to client's IP address
> >   - source IP binding to anything dynamic (eg: header)
> >   - 401/407 received on a server connection.
> I am not doing any of these specifically. Its a very simple setup where the
> client@ip1 connects to haproxy@ip2 and requests 128 byte file, which
> is handled by server@ip3.

OK. I don't see any reason for this not to work then.

> I was doing this in telnet:
> GET /128 HTTP/1.1
> Host: www.example.com
> User-Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1)

Looks fine as well. Very strange. I have no idea what would not at the
moment, I suspect this is something stupid and obvious but am failing
to spot it :-/


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