The [lazy] `enabled` setting in server.conf is not a valuable setting and should be removed.
There is a configuration option for lazy, 'enabled', that must be set to true or the content WSGI application doesn't redirect. If the content WSGI application always redirected (and this setting didn't exist), the only difference is that the client would get a 302 redirect and then a 404 or 503 if they haven't set up the lazy services. This isn't harmful, and it makes it easier to debug.
Therefore we should remove it before releasing 2.8 and being stuck with a pointless setting.
enabled setting for lazy.
This setting didn't do anything beyond stopping the content WSGI application from redirecting the client. If the lazy services haven't been setup, the client will receive a HTTP 503 or HTTP 404.
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