Re: [quicwg/base-drafts] H3 GOAWAY guidance still refers to MAX_STREAM_ID (#2629)

afrind <notifications@github.com> Wed, 17 April 2019 23:45 UTC

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> My one question is: if a server advertises initial_max_streams_bidi TP as 1, it processes one request on stream 0 and sends GOAWAY, is it expected that the GOAWAY contains a stream_id value of 4? NB: stream 4 was never a valid client-initiated bidirectional stream.

My read is that you are supposed to send 4.  I don't think it matters that it was never a valid stream ID.

> I think there might also be an off-by-one problem. If you process a request on the last logical client-initiated bidirectional stream, what value should be sent in GOAWAY?

We discussed this some on the slack, but recording here.  If you process the last logical request on a connection (id=2^62 - 4), then you do not need to send a GOAWAY (in fact cannot, since what number would it have).  The client will automatically move to a new connection for new requests, and none of the existing requests can be retried, unless the server explicitly sends REJECTED.  Also, I strongly doubt this case will ever be hit in practice.  My back of the envelope math suggests it will take thousands of years at 1 million RPS to send this many (client initiated bidi) streams.

But the spec could probably use some text describing the edge case.

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