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nginx 1.5.10 now supports SPDY 3.1

digitalpoint

Well-known member
#3
Really important because the next version of Chrome and Firefox are removing support for SPDY 2. Meaning if you don't upgrade Nginx, users will lose SPDY support.
 

Andy.N

Well-known member
#8
Really important because the next version of Chrome and Firefox are removing support for SPDY 2. Meaning if you don't upgrade Nginx, users will lose SPDY support.
have you ever running any testing to see how your site performs on SPDY 2/3 vs without SPDY?
 
#12
You guys using nginx repository or compile it by yourself?
There's little reason not to compile Nginx yourself. Many distros add modules which increase your binary size. Cutting out the fat and being able to load non-default modules to run the most optimized binary possible is a good thing. Nginx is small and very quick to compile even on modest hardware.
 

digitalpoint

Well-known member
#13
There's little reason not to compile Nginx yourself. Many distros add modules which increase your binary size. Cutting out the fat and being able to load non-default modules to run the most optimized binary possible is a good thing. Nginx is small and very quick to compile even on modest hardware.
Agreed...

Upgraded to SPDY 3.1 today... and for some reason the Server Push stuff doesn't seem to be working... hmmm... maybe that didn't make it into Nginx.
 
#17

p4guru

Well-known member
#18
So "Mainline" is stable enough for production test?
http://forum.nginx.org/read.php?2,247129,247194#msg-247194

Just a note for people who worry about using mainline version in production.
The fact that there is version called "stable" doesn't imply that the other one
is "unstable". We call one branch stable because we maintain internal API and
feature set stability for 3rd-party developers, while mainline versions gets
all improvements (and even more bugfixes).

wbr, Valentin V. Bartenev
 

trizz

Active member
#19
for those running SPDY on a Centminmod install, did you have any issues initially with CSS not displaying correctly on Chrome but working on other browsers? tracking down a bizarre issue after enabling SSL/TLS+SPDY where CSS just wont render at all in Chrome.
 

RoldanLT

Well-known member
#20
for those running SPDY on a Centminmod install, did you have any issues initially with CSS not displaying correctly on Chrome but working on other browsers? tracking down a bizarre issue after enabling SSL/TLS+SPDY where CSS just wont render at all in Chrome.
I don't have any css problem's on mine.
Are you using ngx_pagespeed?