In Tests I'd like to make a curl command line requests that should only succeed for HTTP/2. Is that possible? '--no-http1.1' does not seem to have an effect. Or maybe I am holding it wrong? Thanks, Stefan --- Unsubscribe:
g : > > On Wed, 29 Aug 2018, Stefan Eissing via curl-library wrote: > >> In Tests I'd like to make a curl command line requests that should only >> succeed for HTTP/2. Is that possible? '--no-http1.1' does not seem to have >> an effect. Or maybe I am holding it
Hei, I did some tests with the tool. Always nice to see someone digging into benchmarks. First of all, I can confirm that the --noreuse option makes things very slow. But, as I found out, it means you use a new connection for each request. This *should* be very slow as compared to reusing the
> Am 14.02.2019 um 15:26 schrieb Daniel Stenberg via curl-library > : > > Then the question remains if nghttp2 does the check for us, but browsed > around in that code for a while and I can't say I'm entirely sure of my > findings but I couldn't see that it checked for this. I'm afraid this
> Am 29.05.2019 um 02:21 schrieb Sangamkar, Dheeraj via curl-library > : > > I am using a libcurl client to GET content using http/2 over tls from an > http1.1/2 server. > I am using the multi interface. > CURLPIPE_WAIT is not set on the easy handles. > CURLMOPT_PIPELINING=MULTIPLEX on the
Same behaviour for HTTP/2 connections? > Am 15.04.2019 um 22:37 schrieb Daniel Stenberg via curl-library > : > > Hi, > > I propose we change the connection reuse logic in curl to only ever consider > connections that have been kept in the connection pool for shorter than 120 > seconds.
Feedback as one of the more recent multi-users: - once I read the documentation, it was quite easy to figure out X-) - I find the way of stuffing several easy things into one multi quite intuitive. - there are several use scenarios that can be described as "async" * mine was a pretty simple one
Great Stuff! Certainly want to be there! > Am 14.08.2019 um 23:40 schrieb Daniel Stenberg : > > Hi friends, > > I'm happy to say that we have a country, a city, a date and a venue all set > for curl up 2020! > > Country: Germany > City: Berlin > Date: May 9-10, 2020 > Venue: