|Some errors reported||Rickard Andersson||4/4/12 11:22 AM|
I'm getting a lot of these errors in my apache error log:
[11001:11005:WARNING:http_to_spdy_filter.cc(113)] HttpToSpdyFilter is not the last filter in the chain: http_to_spdy
[12658:12658:ERROR:mod_spdy.cc(475)] Speculative read failed with status 20014: Internal error
I'm not sure if it's a known problem, but just tell me if you need more information for debugging purposes.
Some environment info:
|Re: Some errors reported||Matthew Steele||4/6/12 10:38 AM|
Thanks for the report. Hmm. Both of those errors should be mostly
harmless, but I'm a little surprised/concerned that you keep getting
The "Speculative read failed" error most likely means that something
- If you raise the logging verbosity (say, to "info"), does mod_ssl
As for the "HttpToSpdyFilter is not the last filter in the chain"
> OpenSSL/1.0.1-beta3Server Built: Feb 6 2012 22:31:11Server loaded APR
> Version: 1.4.1Compiled with APU Version: 1.4.1Module Magic
|Re: Some errors reported||Lars Kneschke||4/18/12 3:24 AM|
I have the same messages in my log file. Maybe the problem is located in mod_fastcgi.
I installed the latest debian packages under Ubuntu 11.10.
|Re: Some errors reported||Jorang||4/18/12 4:11 PM|
I'm also getting the later error:
[7939:7944:WARNING:http_to_spdy_filter.cc(113)] HttpToSpdyFilter is
not the last filter in the chain: http_to_spdyWondering if this has to do with mod_deflate...
|Re: Some errors reported||Matthew Steele||4/19/12 2:17 PM|
By the way, these issues are now being tracked as:
|Re: Some errors reported||Tim Harrison||4/27/12 10:18 AM|
I'm having the same issue with Centos 6.0 and Apache.
|Re: Some errors reported||Tim R Peterson||6/1/12 9:44 PM|
i'm also getting these error messages. Here's the Apache modules I have loaded:
# apache2ctl -M
Recently, I added mod_pagespeed and since my website performance has been terrible (have to reload several times to get my pages to load). I'm wondering if mod_spdy doesn't work well with mod_pagespeed as both are newer modules?