Re: ??:Re: Puzzled at "clientHTTPRequest"

From: Henrik Nordstrom <>
Date: Wed, 10 Apr 2002 08:04:39 +0200

There is one ConnStateData per client TCP connection.

On the same TCP connection the client may queue more than one request.


On Wednesday 10 April 2002 05:17, wrote:
> Thanks, Henrik pal!
> I still have a question. In your reply, you mentioned,
> ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
> At a given time only one clientHttpRequest is active for a
> ConnStateData. If there is more than one request sent by the client
> then the others just sit there waiting for their turn (deferred).
> ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
> Do you mean there is only one ConnStateData in the whole Squid
> system? Or do you mean there is only one ConnStateData associated
> with a specific client? But if the latter case is true, how to
> identify a client from other clients? Using IP? Using hostname?
> Using sockets(ports) binding to a specific IP? I am not very
> familiar with ConnStateData. :-)
> Can you give me a simple explanation?
> Best regards,
> George, Ma
Received on Wed Apr 10 2002 - 00:19:14 MDT

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