originAgentCluster read-only property of the
Window interface returns
true if this window belongs to an origin-keyed agent cluster: this means that the operating system has provided dedicated resources (for example an operating system process) to this window's origin that are not shared with windows from other origins.
Otherwise this property returns
Windows that are part of an origin-keyed agent cluster are subjects to some additional restrictions, compared with windows that are not. In particular, they cannot:
Document.domain, which is a legacy feature that normally allows same-site cross-origin pages to synchronously access each other's DOM.
WebAssembly.Moduleobjects to other same-site cross-origin pages via
WebAssembly.Memoryobjects to other same-site cross-origin pages.
To request that the browser assign this window to an origin-keyed agent cluster, the server must send the
Origin-Agent-Cluster response header.
Note that the origin-keyed agent cluster feature is only supported in secure contexts. If a site is not a secure context, the
window.originAgentCluster will always return
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