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[leafnode-list] Re: When is usexhdr useful in leafnode 2?

On 2014-07-04, Matthias Andree wrote:

> Am 01.07.2014 10:51, schrieb Adam Funk:

>> That all makes sense, but I still have no idea why I had put 'usexhdr
>> = 1' under aioe.  I took it out yesterday & can't see anything fishy
>> going on, so I'll leave it out.
> It probably used to be useful on old, low-bandwidth, low-latency modem
> dial-up lines, when the overhead of the other sometimes unneeded (when
> not filtering strongly) data from (X)OVER was too much, or possibly as a
> workaround for some broken servers.  I suspect most of those would be
> replaced by similarly botched web-based BBSes and forums and other
> inconcise crap. :-)
> As long as you do not experience annoying or undue delays due to the
> higher data amount transferred with the usexhdr=1 taken out or changed
> to =0, it's safe to leave it that way.


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