To confirm HTTP/2.0 behavior we set special config for ProxySG(SG) accesslog.
SG writes the accesslog value of rs-version as HTTP/1.0 in an HTTP/2.0 environment in some cases.
The unexpected rs-version value occurs when a response is blocked by CAS because the response contains a virus.
When a virus is detected by CAS, the SG parses two HTTP responses: the original HTTP response from the origin server, and the replacement HTTP response from CAS when the virus is detected.
The replacement HTTP response from CAS has an HTTP version of HTTP/1.0, and the SG is overriding the rs-version based on the replacement HTTP response from CAS (since the replacement HTTP response from CAS is the second response parsed by the SG, and is used to generate the response back to the client).
Release : SGOS7.2.x.x
Component : Accesslog
The rs-version written as HTTP/1.0 is a limitation of SG.
This is cosmetic behavior that does not cause any issues with HTTP/2.0 traffic between SG to OCS.
SG's custom accesslog configuration.
!- BEGIN access_logging
create format "http_v"
edit format http_v ;mode
type elff "date time c-ip sc-status s-action cs-method cs-uri-scheme cs-host cs-uri-stem cs-version rs-version"