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From Guitar Man <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Apache + HTTP/2 + SPDY
Date Tue, 26 May 2015 20:00:04 GMT
Hello Eric, how are you?

Well, I am working with a COMODO certificate and making tests using the There, my website SSL Negotiation is more than 300ms,
however, another sites is working with 30-50ms. I think this difference
between values is makeing the Robots index my project slowly (Could be?)

I really do not know how to improve the SSL Negotiation. I am using Apache
2.4 + Cpanel + 8GB RAM + OpCache, and this negotiation still high.

Do you have some suggestion to me in this searching for a solution?

My main website is: (I am turning the
OpCache ON soon).

Thanks a lot again. :) Good year!

2015-05-26 16:53 GMT-03:00 Eric Covener <>:

> On Mon, May 25, 2015 at 4:36 PM Guitar Man <> wrote:
>> Hello Developers!
>> Someone knows if Apache Foundation is working to include the SPDY in the
>> new Apache version for HTTP/2?
> There isn't any work on SPDY or mod_spdy.  There is some third-party
> development of a HTTP/2 module:
>> The Apache WebServer is the most used application and everyone needs a
>> solution about this issue.
>> I am paying CPANEL with Apache, and all my website that are using
>> SSL/HTTPS, the SSL Negotiation is very slow.
> You're hoping to solve this by opening fewer connections, but wouldn't
> your n-1 subsequent connections use an abbreviated handshake anyway? Is it
> really that slow? Maybe you're missing an SSL session cache or have some
> other extenuating factor?


Andre Luis de Andrade
Music Online Records @ since 1998
Curitiba, ParanĂ¡, Brazil
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