Opened 7 years ago
Closed 5 days ago
#1057 closed enhancement (fixed)
Google QUIC - statement
|Reported by:||Jack Bauer||Owned by:|
as Googles QUIC becomes more stable and discussed around the web, it should be mandatory for nginx.org and/or nginx.com to establish an statement about future development whether QUIC may be considered or not. And if so, what is the long term plan: 2016, 2017 or later.
For informational purpose:
Official Google description:
Inofficial standalone library maintained by official QUIC developers
Good introduction read-up with comment from Jim Roskind (QUIC architect)
Change History (11)
comment:1 by , 7 years ago
comment:2 by , 7 years ago
FWIW I'd be very interested in looking at QUIC support, especially as from what I hear from IETF land, it's likely to effectively be HTTP/2.5 or HTTP/3
comment:4 by , 6 years ago
Nowdays QUIC seems take good part of traffic. Statistics from one hotspot.
udp/443 == QUIC
tcp/443 : 1.4GB , 7M pkts
udp/443 : 357MB , 3101k pkts
tcp/80 : 159MB , 2591k pkts
tcp/8080 : 146MB , 315k pkts
tcp/443 : 11.5GB , 9M pkts
udp/443 : 7.0GB , 5M pkts
tcp/80 : 5.5GB , 4091k pkts
tcp/8080 : 270MB , 355k pkts
comment:5 by , 5 years ago
HTTP/3 has been announced as HTTP over QUIC by the IETF: https://daniel.haxx.se/blog/2018/11/11/http-3/
I hope this is an additional argument for QUIC support in nginx.
comment:6 by , 4 years ago
Can someone on Nginx please take a look at supporting QUIC already?
comment:7 by , 4 years ago
We are planning to have this feature in our 2019 roadmap.
Thanks for your patience and patches.
comment:8 by , 4 years ago
Is QUIC still on the 2019 roadmap and/or what is the status of implementation?
comment:9 by , 4 years ago
@rfxn Please use link for tracking.
Big Thanks to nginx Team.
comment:10 by , 3 years ago
We announced an experimental nginx-quic repo some time ago, see
comment:11 by , 5 days ago
|Status:||new → closed|
Experimental QUIC and HTTP/3 support is available in nginx 1.25.0.
forgot the ietf draft: