Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,
I am writing to say that it seems to me that when my SSL server proxies
requests to an origin server, that each part of the requested page is
fetched by a new SSL session (eg there are lots of [info] level
messages in the SSL servers log about Seeding, Connection, and Initial
HTTPS request. There are no Subsequent messages).
In other words, that the SSL client is forced to handshake for each
part of the page, or that there is no session caching.
Is this correct ?
Is it caused by the TCP connection not being kept alive between the
SSL server and the origin server (because HTTP 1.0 does not support TCP
session keepalives) ?
Is there are any way to overcome it ?
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