RFI on HTTP/2 connection memory usage and keepalive_requests knob
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A while back I integrated an in-house HTTP2 proxy with an NGINX powered site, and was surprised by connection drops per the configuration of http2_max_requests (now keepalive_requests).
What is it about NGINX internals that "leaks" memory for every request until the connection is closed, and will it be fixed?
One of the design aspects behind HTTP2 is enabling long-lived connections, but this NGINX limitation defeats that.