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keepalive type http head non-persistent

Ok,in the context of this, what is the difference between a "Keepalive http head persistent", and "non-persistent"? What do they mean by "persistence" in this context???

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Re: keepalive type http head non-persistent

the same as for a browser.

A persistent connection means 1 connection for all the http request.

Non-persistent means 1 connection per http request.

So, in the case of http keepalive, if using persistent the CSS only open 1 connection and simply send a new HTTP request every frequency-interval.

Regards,

Gilles.

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Re: keepalive type http head non-persistent

So, we then assume that a keepalive http-persistent is more CPU intensive because of the CSS keeping the Tcp session active and keepking track of it? If that's the answer, then I get it...

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