Squid configuration directive happy_eyeballs_connect_gap

Available in: v6   v5  

This directive is not available in the v4 version of Squid.

This directive is not available in the 3.5 version of Squid.

For older versions than 3.5 see the linked pages above

Configuration Details:

Option Name:happy_eyeballs_connect_gap
Default Value:no artificial delays between spare attempts
Suggested Config:

	This Happy Eyeballs (RFC 8305) tuning directive specifies the
	minimum delay between opening spare to-server connections (to any
	server; i.e. across all concurrent master transactions in a Squid
	instance). Each SMP worker currently multiplies the configured gap
	by the total number of workers so that the combined spare connection
	opening rate of a Squid instance obeys the configured limit. The
	workers do not coordinate connection openings yet; a micro burst
	of spare connection openings may violate the configured gap.

	This directive has similar trade-offs as
	happy_eyeballs_connect_timeout, but its focus is on limiting traffic
	amplification effects for Squid as a whole, while
	happy_eyeballs_connect_timeout works on an individual master
	transaction level.

	The following Happy Eyeballs directives place additional connection
	opening restrictions: happy_eyeballs_connect_timeout and
	happy_eyeballs_connect_limit. See the former for related terminology.








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