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Jan. 10, 2022, 4:44 p.m. | /u/xDisruptor2

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I have some questions about the "AWS Application Load Balancer" in regard to http2 persistent connections:

Does the "AWS Application Load Balancer" itself maintain its own internal http2-connection-pool? (or nah?)

If the load balancer does indeed maintain its own http2-connection-pool for persistent http2 connections I have these follow-up questions:

  1. I can't find anything in the AWS docs explaining how the size(s) of the http2-connection-pools (maintained by ALB) are configured (if at all). Any links on this specific aspect?
  2. Does the ALB, by default, maintain a fixed-size http2-connection-pool between itself and …

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