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Keep-Alive showing as not enabled but as far as i know it is
12-07-2011, 03:25 AM
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RE: Keep-Alive showing as not enabled but as far as i know it is
Try this:

Code:
grep -Rn 'force-response\|downgrade' *

Just be careful not to do it in a huge directory tree because it will recursively scan all sub-directories too (/etc/apache2/ would be a good place to do it if that is where your apache configs are).

An apache restart will take care of it but if you mess up the config apache won't start so your server will be down until you fix whatever is wrong in the configs.

As far as load balancer goes, usually if you're not sure then there isn't one in place. Did you initially configure the server or did someone else do it? If it is a single server (or VPS), apache is listening on port 80 for your website and the server IP is the same as the IP address for your site then it's pretty safe to say there isn't one.

Looking at the response headers, it looks like IE is being degraded to 1.0: http://www.webpagetest.org/result/111206.../#request2 but Chrome is not: http://www.webpagetest.org/result/111206.../#request2 so I think you're on the right track with the browser match rules, you just need to find the one that is actually being used.
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RE: Keep-Alive showing as not enabled but as far as i know it is - pmeenan - 12-07-2011 03:25 AM

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