Whats the use of large_client_header_buffers if client_header_buffer_size exist?

Hello All!

Suppose I have client_header_buffer_size to 1k;
… And i dont want anything to be sent past 1k… Why
would i ever have the need to use the large… variable? Is it like
having the possibility of “bursting” up to the value of
“large_client_header_buffers” variable?

What so special with the large_client_header_buffers that I cannot
define it within a server {} … on the contrary I can use
client_header_buffer_size inside the a {} and locations… ?

Regards,
Mike

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