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From Stuart Roebuck <stuart.roeb...@adolos.co.uk>
Subject Re: [Tomcat 4] HTTP 1.0 connector Cookie bug, was [C2] [Bug?] Cookies missing from environment
Date Fri, 07 Dec 2001 15:11:18 GMT
Further to my previous email I've rediscovered where I got the suggestion 
to use HTTP 1.0.  It's in the Tomcat 4.01 release notes:

> --------------------------------
> Tomcat 4.0 and Apache Cocoon 2.0:
> --------------------------------
>
> For optimal performance with Apache Cocoon 2.0, it is recommended to use 
> the
> HTTP/1.0 connector.
>

Stuart.

On Friday, December 7, 2001, at 02:42 pm, Stuart Roebuck wrote:

>
> On Friday, December 7, 2001, at 02:03 pm, Jörg Prante wrote:
>
>> Stuart,
>>
>> this is a Tomcat HTTP 1.0 connector bug, if you ask me. The Tomcat HTTP 
>> 1.
>> 1
>> connector uses
>>
>>    if (!request.isRequestedSessionIdFromCookie()) { ... }
>>
>> to control the session ID cookie setting correctly. In HTTP 1.0 code, 
>> this
>> conditional is missing in the Tomcat code and cookies are dropped from 
>> the
>> request after a session cookie has been found.
>
> yes thanks, that's why I renamed the email: "[Tomcat 4] HTTP 1.0 
> connector Cookie bug"!
>
>> Stuart, why do you prefer HTTP 1.0? There are major drawbacks comparing 
>> to
>> 1.1 according to secure connections.
>
> I originally tried the HTTP 1.0 connector because there was (and maybe 
> still is) a page on either the Cocoon or Tomcat site indicating that 
> Cocoon would run faster with this connector.
>
> When I tried it the difference was like night and day.  Unfortunately I 
> didn't have time to  investigate why, but I took the existence of a 
> message on the site as an indication that it was a known issue probably 
> without an easy workaround.
>
>> Do you use any HTTP proxies or complex DNS settings This slows down HTTP 
>> 1.1
>> connections.
>
> I don't think so, but could you elaborate a little on why this makes a 
> difference - or point me to some documentation that mentions this?  Does 
> HTTP 1.1 carry out DNS lookups that don't happen with HTTP 1.0?  What 
> would represent a complex DNS setting?
>
> My apologies if I'm asking something obvious, HTTP specs are not my 
> strong point!
>
> Stuart.
>
>
>> Cheers, Jörg
>>
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Stuart Roebuck                                  stuart.roebuck@adolos.com
Lead Developer                               Java, XML, MacOS X, XP, etc.
ADOLOS                                           <http://www.adolos.com/>


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