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Re: Heptio Contour



3.9 will have haproxy 1.8, but the current level of http2 doesn’t
really help applications that aren’t willing to do passthrough.  That
said, passthrough http2 should work.

> On Jan 24, 2018, at 2:54 PM, Tobias Brunner <tobias tobru ch> wrote:
>
>> On 24.01.2018 19:31, Clayton Coleman wrote:
>> In general, when comparing to haproxy and the general state, here's the list
>>
>> PROs (envoy):
>>
>> * supports http2 natively
>
> I would say this is a non-issue:
> https://www.mail-archive.com/haproxy formilux org/msg28004.html
>
> ---
> HTTP/2 (Willy Tarreau) : HTTP/2 is automatically detected and processed
> in HTTP frontends negociating the "h2" protocol name based on the ALPN
> or NPN TLS extensions. At the moment the HTTP/2 frames are converted to
> HTTP/1.1 requests before processing, so they will always appear as 1.1
> in the logs (and in server logs). No HTTP/2 is supported for now on the
> backend, though this is scheduled for the next steps. HTTP/2 support is
> still considered EXPERIMENTAL, so just like for multi-threading, in case
> of problem you may end up having to disable it for the time it takes to
> solve the issue.
> ---
>
> Now we just need to wait until HAProxy >= 1.8.0 is included in
> OpenShift. Is there any rough ETA for this upgrade available?
>
> Cheers,
> Tobias
>
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