On Fri, 6 Feb 2004, vda wrote:

> > SSL Session Resumption
> > SSL now performs session resumption. This will greatly improve
> > performance when the Notes HTTP Client or server is
> > using SSL, and may have a minor (positive) effect on other "Internet"
> > protocols as well.

>
> Is it a standard thing or Domino's own hack?


It is a standard feature of SSLv3 and later, to speed up reconnections to
the same server.

It is most likely not at all related to the issues discussed, and the only
effect of disabling it should be slightly higher CPU usage on the client
and server (mostly on the client).

For SSL there will be as many connections to the requested server as the
browser have made connections to Squid. Normally a browser should not
open more than 2 connections and if it does there is a browser problem.

Regards
Henrik