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RE: Non-order processing in persistent connections

From: Josh Cohen <joshco@microsoft.com>
Date: Tue, 19 May 1998 01:50:11 -0700
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To: koen@win.tue.nl
Cc: ZhouKang@cheerful.com, http-wg@cuckoo.hpl.hp.com
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: koen@win.tue.nl [mailto:koen@win.tue.nl]
> Sent: Tuesday, May 19, 1998 12:50 AM
> To: Josh Cohen
> Cc: ZhouKang@cheerful.com; http-wg@cuckoo.hpl.hp.com
> Subject: Re: Non-order processing in persistent connections

> I'd like to add though that, as far as I know, most people do not
> consider out-of-order responses to be the logical next step in
> improving 1.1.  The preferred next step seems to be to add
> multiplexing of several HTTP connections over a single TCP connection.
> Multiplexing has some additional advantages over out-of-order
> responses.  See http://www.w3.org/Protocols/MUX/ for one effort in
> this direction.
I totally agree with you in preferring mux over out-of-order responses..
While out-of-order would be on the 'good' list of things, effort
spent on MUX would be more worthwhile, IMHO.  A MUX allows much
more than out of order responses and the work on MUX can be leveraged
for other things besides just HTTP.

> Koen.
Received on Tuesday, 19 May 1998 01:52:56 UTC

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