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Sat Nov 7 01:58:42 2015  whyameye:I'm having a lot of trouble making any sense of what I am seeing from the ssl packet sniffing I am doing
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Sat Nov 7 03:36:45 2015  whyameye:I don't think proxy.config.ssl.max_record_size does what I think it does. Regardless of what I set it at, I get a bunch of packets sent of length 2920.
Sat Nov 7 03:47:13 2015  dcarlin:whyameye: the tls record size is independent of the packet size
Sat Nov 7 03:47:21 2015  dcarlin:https://www.igvita.com/2013/10/24/optimizing-tls-record-size-and-buffering-latency/
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Sat Nov 7 16:53:16 2015  whyameye:just to report back proxy.config.ssl.max_record_size does work correctly and fully addresses what I need. Thanks everybody for the help. :-)
Sat Nov 7 16:53:25 2015  whyameye:v6.0.0
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