As we said, it's the next major version of HTTP , the protocol the internet primarily uses for transferring data. In general, we expect this change to make crawling more efficient in terms of server resource usage. With h2, Googlebot is able to open a single TCP connection to the server and efficiently transfer multiple files over it in parallel, instead of requiring multiple connections. The fewer connections open, the fewer resources the server and Googlebot have to spend on crawling. In the first phase, we'll crawl a small number of sites over h2, and we'll ramp up gradually to more sites that may benefit from the initially supported features, like request multiplexing.
Why we're making this change
What is HTTP/2
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