On 8 July 2014 12:52,  <> wrote:
> What does it matter if the uncompressed headers are 32M, or 32G for that matter? As soon as you reach the limit you are willing to commit in resources to the uncompressed headers, you'll stop and respond with 431.

Correct.  And I'm merely noting that having a setting does nothing to
help you avoid having to follow that process.  The setting - on its
own - is therefore of marginal value.  Mark was suggesting that we
consider the setting in isolation, which is the point that I was

Received on Tuesday, 8 July 2014 20:47:13 UTC