|author||Brad Fitzpatrick <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Fri Nov 30 00:35:12 2018 +0000|
|committer||Brad Fitzpatrick <email@example.com>||Sat Dec 01 00:20:55 2018 +0000|
http2: revert Transport's strict interpretation of MAX_CONCURRENT_STREAMS And add the http2.Transport.StrictMaxConcurrentStreams bool knob to behavior being reverted. In CL 53250 for golang/go#13774 (for Go 1.10) we changed the HTTP/2 Transport's policy such that a server's advertisement of a MAX_CONCURRENT_STREAMS value meant that it was a maximum for the entire process, instead of just a single connection. We thought that was a reasonable interpretation of the spec and provided nice safety against slamming a server from a bunch of goroutines doing concurrent requests, but it's been largely unpopular (see golang/go#27044). It's also different behavior from HTTP/1 and because you're usually not sure which protocol version you're going to get, you need to limit your outbound HTTP requests anyway in case you're hitting an HTTP/1 server. And nowadays we have the Go 1.11 Transport.MaxConnsPerHost knob too (CL 71272 for golang/go#13957). It doesn't yet work for HTTP/2, but it will in either Go 1.12 or Go 1.13 (golang/go#27753) After this is bundled into net/http's, the default HTTP client will have this knob set false, restoring the old Go 1.9 behavior where new TCP connections are created as necessary. Users wanting the strict behavior and import golang.org/x/net/http2 themselves and make a Transport with StrictMaxConcurrentStreams set to true. Or they can set Transport.MaxConnsPerHost, once that works for HTTP/2. Updates golang/go#27044 (fixes after bundle into std) Change-Id: I4efdad7698feaf674ee8e01032d2dfa5c2f8a3a8 Reviewed-on: https://go-review.googlesource.com/c/151857 Reviewed-by: Andrew Bonventre <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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