Any idea what the current ratio of this protocol is on the internet
>> Any idea what the current ratio of this protocol is on the internet
>I don't know exactly your motivation for this question but normally we
>recognize a ratio approx. 1:1 (maybe 1.1 HTTP/1.0 to 0.9 HTTP/1.1) for one
>of our most requested domains. There are many situations where communication
>is necessarily over HTTP/1.0.
Mostly just curious, but we had some problems in a server zone that I
thought might have been related to HTTP/1.1- turns out it wasn't.
The browser with the highest market share uses HTTP/0.9 with an ad-hocQuote:> Any idea what the current ratio of this protocol is on the internet
If you meant to ask about (name) virtual hosts, then you got the wrong
question. HTTP/1.0 and other agents have supported them since '95.
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I have setup an apache proxy, which seems to work fine. But, I found
out that it doesn't not answer back http/1.1 with a http/1.1 response.
The request comes in as 1.1, but the proxy answer back with 1.0. Is
there some special configuration I need to set in httpd.conf for it
to answer with a 1.1 response?
When I send traffic to the backend machine it will answer with a 1.1
response just fine. We are using the same version of apache for both
the proxy and actual backend server.
Any hints as to what I'm missing? Thanks.
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