Speeding up tt-rss with SPDY protocol?

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Speeding up tt-rss with SPDY protocol?

Postby Skibbi » 25 Apr 2013, 13:23

Hello,
Google released apache module that enables SPDY protocol in web server. Do you think that tt-rss could benefit from this? I've installed mod_spdy on my webserver, but I've got a lot of communication errors in tt-rss. So it seems that application also has to be written with SPDY in mind. Any plans to implement this in the future releases of tt-rss?

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Re: Speeding up tt-rss with SPDY protocol?

Postby fox » 25 Apr 2013, 13:36

>So it seems that application also has to be written with SPDY in mind.

Citation needed.

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Re: Speeding up tt-rss with SPDY protocol?

Postby Skibbi » 25 Apr 2013, 13:54

Errors when SPDY is enabled:

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 PHP Warning:  Cannot modify header information - headers already sent in /usr/share/tt-rss/www/lib/accept-to-gettext.php on line 178, referer: https://<my_site>/tt-rss/
PHP Warning:  Cannot modify header information - headers already sent in /usr/share/tt-rss/www/lib/accept-to-gettext.php on line 179, referer: https://<my_site>/tt-rss/
PHP Warning:  gettext_reader::load_tables(): Query failed:  in /usr/share/php/php-gettext/streams.php on line 107, referer: https://<my_site>/tt-rss/

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Re: Speeding up tt-rss with SPDY protocol?

Postby fox » 25 Apr 2013, 13:57

Citation still needed, I'm afraid.

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Re: Speeding up tt-rss with SPDY protocol?

Postby fox » 25 Apr 2013, 15:15

I suppose the hinting doesn't work. Sorry, you don't know how any of this works, and your armchair analysis is stupid. Fix your fucking server. Tt-rss works just fine on SPDY.

P.S. http://i.imgur.com/21nEG3V.png the green lightning looking thing is the SPDY indicator.

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Re: Speeding up tt-rss with SPDY protocol?

Postby xtaz » 25 Apr 2013, 15:49

For what it's worth I use SPDY with nginx and tt-rss. Works fine. No reason it shouldn't work, or need application support. The only best practice is to have all content loaded from the same server so that it can all be sent down the same transport channel. But pretty much 100% of tt-rss installations are going to be like this.

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Re: Speeding up tt-rss with SPDY protocol?

Postby disconn3ct » 25 Apr 2013, 16:53

Works on apache too.

SPDY has nothing to do with the webapp itself. That is kinda the point..

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Re: Speeding up tt-rss with SPDY protocol?

Postby jubal » 25 Apr 2013, 20:56

disconn3ct wrote:Works on apache too.

SPDY has nothing to do with the webapp itself. That is kinda the point..


And it works fine.

I have mod_spdy enabled on Apache (running using the threaded model and mod_fcigid), on a VM along other PHP applications (wordpress instances mostly), and tt-rss is configured to use SSL/SPDY only.

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Re: Speeding up tt-rss with SPDY protocol?

Postby sylaan » 25 Apr 2013, 21:41

I have SPDY active on my apache server at home, where tinyrss is installed, and every runs just fine.

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Re: Speeding up tt-rss with SPDY protocol?

Postby sleeper_service » 26 Apr 2013, 01:05

fox wrote:I suppose the hinting doesn't work. Sorry, you don't know how any of this works, and your armchair analysis is stupid. Fix your fucking server. Tt-rss works just fine on SPDY.

P.S. http://i.imgur.com/21nEG3V.png the green lightning looking thing is the SPDY indicator.


maybe this is what the OW (Original Whiner) needs: https://www.modspdy.com/blog/2012/04/15 ... -with-php/ <- which fits in with the 'fix your fucking server' theme.

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Re: Speeding up tt-rss with SPDY protocol?

Postby Skibbi » 26 Apr 2013, 13:59

No need to be rude. It seems that my apache/php/mod_spdy combination has some issues that prevents tt-rss from working fine with SPDY enabled. Thanks for the tip with mod_fcgid.

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Re: Speeding up tt-rss with SPDY protocol?

Postby jubal » 26 Apr 2013, 17:12

Generally as a rule you don't want to run mod_php with apache *even* if you decide to stay with the preforking MPM.

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Re: Speeding up tt-rss with SPDY protocol?

Postby sleeper_service » 27 Apr 2013, 00:16

Skibbi wrote:No need to be rude. It seems that my apache/php/mod_spdy combination has some issues that prevents tt-rss from working fine with SPDY enabled. Thanks for the tip with mod_fcgid.


sometimes it's the best way to get through someone's thick skull.

even the 'best practices' that you posted was primarily about server configuration, but you were insistent on blaming ttrss.

if you insist, however, I'll be happy to refund *double* your support charges.


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