Re: [quicwg/base-drafts] Talk about concurrency in H3 vs. H2 (#3114)

afrind <notifications@github.com> Mon, 21 October 2019 16:06 UTC

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afrind commented on this pull request.



> @@ -1814,6 +1814,22 @@ considerations about exhaustion of stream identifier space apply, though the
 space is significantly larger such that it is likely that other limits in QUIC
 are reached first, such as the limit on the connection flow control window.
 
+In contrast to HTTP/2, stream concurrency in HTTP/3 is managed by QUIC.  QUIC
+considers a stream closed when all data has been received and sent data has been
+acknowledged by the peer.  HTTP/2 considers a stream closed when the frame
+containing the END_STREAM bit has been committed to the transport. As a result,
+the stream for an equivalent exchange will typically remain "active" for one
+additional round trip.  HTTP/3 servers might choose to permit a larger number of
+concurrent client-initiated bidirectional streams to achieve equivalent
+concurrency than were permitted in HTTP/2, depending on the expected usage

"permit a larger number...than were permitted" makes sense, but there are so many words between them that it's kind of hard to parse.

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