Just looking for some insight into how EP limits work with HTTP2. If I understand correctly, in HTTP1, browsers typically obeyed the 6-8 requests per domain at 1 time. So if 6 visitors visited a site at the same time, there would never be more than 48 simultaneous requests to the server. So an EP limit of 50 makes sense.
With HTTP2, I know it works a bit differently. A website request only opens up 1 "connection", but can request up to 100 resources at a time. So what is counted towards the EP limit? Is it the 1 connection, or does each resource count? If it's each resource, and the EP limit is 50, then it seems like a web page with more than 50 resources on the same domain could be having EP faults quite often.