Fortunately, I have no fatal problems. But I have something as below. Continue reading “Windows10 1511 sneaking into my CF-J10 during last night.”
Now, I have two zip files. One is H2LOAD_dll_package_x86.zip, another is H2LOAD_dll_package_x64.zip. If you download one of them, you can do the test by h2load on your Windows PC. Run cmd.exe and do like this.
> h2load -n100000 -c100 -m10 https://localhost
If you do this test, you should create your own local server. Because the test might be a cyber attack for the server if you set numbers too high as values of -n -c -m. Be careful.
I wrote like this before:‘I don’t know why, but it looks like telling Apache without HTTP/2 is faster. Gee!’. This time, I had interesting results. See HTTPS with HTTP/2 and HTTPS without HTTP/2. The test tells that the server supports HTTP/2 is good at dealing with concurrent streams than the server doesn’t support HTTP/2. This is one of HTTP/2 features.
I’ll write about my hard work to get these files (^_^;).
[Caution]: The steps blow give the files contained by H2LOAD_dll_package_x64.zip. If you want to have the files for x86 PC, you have to do all steps by setup-x86.exe on a Windows x86 PC. Continue reading “Building h2load on Cygwin.”
Continued from this post. As I finished preparing for supporting HTTP/2, I re-edited my httpd.conf and httpd-ssl.conf.
On the httpd.conf, I un-commented the next line.
LoadModule http2_module modules/mod_http2.so
On the httpd-ssl.conf, I added the next line just after
Protocols h2 http/1.1
h2 is HTTP/2 with TLS and h2c is HTTP/2 without TLS. I don’t use h2c on the server.
Reboot Apache to enable Http/2. That’s it. Continue reading “Moving my WordPress to HTTPS for supporting HTTP/2-#3.”