HTTP response header
X-reqid correlates HTTP requests between a client and a server. A client can send an HTTP header X-Request-ID: some-value. The server should use the provided value and provide it in any requests that it makes to backend services for the purpose of serving the initial request. When sending the response, the server will return the same header back to the client. For the purpose of tracing, the server will include the value into its logs, to enable correlating requests and responses with the corresponding logs.
Header usage statisticsX-Reqid response header information and usage statistics.
|Websites using header X-Reqid||20,205|
|Percentage of websites that use X-Reqid header||<0.1%|
|Total discovered header values||More than 10,000|
|Header uses directives||No|
|Header values are unique or random||No|
|Most popular in the country|| CN|