Re: Header Table and Static Table Indicies Switched

> If that 8% is something general, then I don't think we should give it up and
> I would be happy to swap back.
> But you'd have to admit that your use-case of 16 headers like:
>    X-Some-Very-Large-Header-Name: someSmall#
> is unlikely to be a common case.   In the data I have, the usage of known
> headers exceeds the usage of custom headers, so my numbers show that it is
> better to favour known headers with 1B indexes.        I'd be very surprised
> if general traffic was any different to that, but hopefully somebody with
> access to some good generally representative data can provide the data....
> perhaps the same data set used to determine the huffman encoding?

The huffman encoding was derived from Chrome. I'd be more interested
if we could get numbers from the headers internal headers emitted from
say GFE rather than from those emitted from Chrome.

Received on Sunday, 3 August 2014 17:20:25 UTC