Slow HTTPs response time through CSS after applying KB2585542 to windows client
Anyone else having issues with HTTPS sites being very slow after applying KB2585542? Once you remove this Microsoft patch everything returns to normal. It appears that the CSS does not handle the split-ssl requests properly. I have opened a TAC case but am not really getting anywhere as we seem to be the only company that is having this issue.
Slow HTTPs response time through CSS after applying KB2585542 to
We are seeing quite a lot of issues caused by this patch on multiple platforms, but they are mostly related to L7 processing of the traffic (header parsing, cookie insertion...). It's the first time I hear that it's causing slowness. For your awareness, there is a bug (CSCtx68270) open to track these issues.
Anyway, if you already have a TAC case open, please, folow up with the engineer handling it. Probably he already requested it, but if he didn't, getting traffic captures on both sides of the CSS would be helpful to troubleshoot this issue further.
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