FAQ

What does http.client.persistence(preserve) mean?

FAQ ID:    FAQ2200
Version:    6.0
Status:    Published
Published date:    06/29/2012
Updated:    09/18/2013
 

Answer

 

Reference: Please refer page 324/339 of CPL guide: https://bto.bluecoat.com/doc/17317 

 

 

<Proxy>
http.client.persistence(yes|no|preserve)

The preserve option reflects the server's persistence to the client connection. In other words, if the server has chosen not to maintain persistence (and closes its connection after serving its response to the first request), the proxy will force the client to use a new connection for each request, and conversely, if the server chooses to maintain persistence, the proxy will attempt to do so on the client side also. (Note however that a client configured to never use persistence, for example a browser or application which only do HTTP 1.0, will ignore such attempts and use a new connection for each request regardless).
   

 


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