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WX HTTP Application Acceleration Behavior, Troubleshooting Procedure, & Data Gathering – Analysis & Resolution

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Article ID: TN103 TECHNOTES Last Updated: 25 Aug 2010Version: 3.0
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At the client side WX, the WX HFP (HTTP Forward Proxy) will try to intercept the HTTP traffic between client side WX and server side WX, and cache the requested static HTTP objects, which are not dynamically created by application or database server. This allows the HFP to save response time when the HTTP client re-requests the same object. In this way, WX HFP is able to eliminate a lot of Internet RTT between branch office and central office for HTTP-based applications.

HFP uses object store as its cache system no matter whether it’s in a disk-based or disk-less WX system. There are some scenarios where the disk is not available (disk-less WX model) or HFP is configured to use a memory cache. In these cases, HFP will be using a memory-based object store

This document reviews the WX acceleration implementation, limitations, and troubleshooting steps.

WX HTTP Application Acceleration Behavior, Troubleshooting Procedure, & Data Gathering – Analysis & Resolution [PDF]

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