From what we are seeing and what I’ve read, the browser seems yo send a JSON request with no Auth info, and then the whole SPEGNO handshake takes place, turning what should be a single request response into (at a minimum) two. It seems to me that we should be able to avoid that after the initial auth has taken place.
Is there any way to cache SPEGNO information such that successive JSON RPC calls provide the needed information automatically, instead of requiring multiple round trips per request?
Any Fedora people worked with this stuff and know how to optimize it? Do I need to revert to a Cookie based approach?