Updating cached headers

20 Sep

This particular update caught me off guard and I hope this helps prevent others from making my same mistakes!

I have realized that point 8.1.4 of this RFC is a big threat to the load speed of HTML pages on the internet.

These features allow the administrator to: We currently only support the x86-64 architecture.

As described in the Installation section, you will install R and the Shiny package prior to installing Shiny Server.

This restriction of maximum 2 simultaneous connections per server at the client level is highly visible on sites where we have a slow response time.

I give an example: I have a server which has 40ms of response time, because in the same country than I am.

Now, because of this restriction users must see their pages displayed very slowly when accessing to sites located far away from where they live.

To me this is a big regression to the HTTP protocol. I also have tried to change in the registry for internet explorer in the HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftware Microsoft Windows Current Version Internet Settings Max Connections Per Server key and putting there 4 instead of 2. I have about 3.3 seconds instaed of 5.8, which is about the half of the load time ! 10, but with a delay of 20ms between each new simultaneous access to lower the load peak that would be generated on the server side.

Therefore, my strong suggestion is to increase this value from 2 to 4 like it was already the case vefore in HTTP 1.0. Regards, Daniel Section 8 clears this concept clearly .. It's over the developers of the HTTP Web Server / Client software to decide about persistent / non persistent connections to be supported or not."Clients and servers SHOULD NOT assume that a persistent connection is maintained for HTTP versions less than 1.1 unless it is explicitly signaled.

The new create-react-app release brings tons of new stuff into the mix, you should definitely upgrade!

I recommend re-reading the user guide to make sure it’s set up properly before you roll it out.

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