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Slow content download times for images
05-15-2018, 03:57 AM
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RE: Slow content download times for images
(05-15-2018 03:37 AM)pmeenan Wrote:  Yes, that looks like HTTP/2 but it also looks like the server doesn't support prioritization/dependencies and is sending all of the resources down at the same time. Usually for a HTTP/2 server that does support prioritization you will see a long light bar and staggered content download chunks as each resource downloads in priority order.

You won't see it locally unless you slow down your network connection at a packet level (Chrome's internal throttling won't show it).

Thanks for the quick reply Patrick!
Web Server is nginx 1.10.3

I assume prioritization/dependency tree building is controlled by the nginx http/2 implementation internally?

I understand what's going on - kinda Smile
But clients who don't understand http/2 start wondering why 7kb images take 2+ seconds to download is hard to explain.
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RE: Slow content download times for images - colmtroy - 05-15-2018 03:57 AM

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