Release Notes: This release adds support for Unicode, so the server can work with files and directories with non-ASCII characters in them (Chinese, Spanish, etc.), adds support for PHP-FPM (so it's automatically configured from the PHP wizard if it's found in the system), lets information sources be cloned (so adding redundant sources is much easier), improves the documentation regarding the RRD graphs, and fixes a few minor bugs. Upgrading is encouraged.
Release Notes: This release ships a number of improvements regarding the Django, uWSGI, MoinMoin, and Mono wizards. It also adds a new option to choose either UTF or local time in the log entries. Finally, it improves the request handing, so it's more resistant to broken requests. Upgrading is encouraged.
Release Notes: This release includes a new and much more flexible log management mechanism. Now, there is no need to specify both the Access and Error log of a virtual server if only one of them is required. Besides, this version improved the RRD image cache management, so the files are properly handled as temporal files. Finally, a few minor and quite unusual compilation issues were fixed. Upgrading is encouraged.
Release Notes: New features include a new rule type for matching URL arguments, support for defining per-rule timeout values, and new wizards for setting up PHP and Ruby on Rails. The reverse HTTP proxy no longer generates 502 errors when a back-end server doesn't handle a POST request as expected. The I/O-cache subsystem has been improved so it can be used even when the cached files change. Upgrading is encouraged.
Release Notes: This release improves the usage graphs in the administration interface. It adds the HTTP reverse proxy support for spawning information sources (back-end servers). It also adds X-Real-IP support to the FastCGI, SCGI, uWSGI, and CGI handlers. Additionally, it fixes a number of minor issues. Updating is encouraged.
Release Notes: This release has integrated a new, much more modern error reporting mechanism. The RRD graphs support (throughput, active connections, timeouts, etc.) has also been rewritten; it's much faster now. Finally, this release also improves a number of wizards and documentation entries. Updating is strongly encouraged.
Release Notes: This release adds quite a few Wizards for the most common Web software. It also fixes a number of issues detected in the previous release. For instance, the reverse proxy module can work with SVN repositories. Updating is strongly encouraged.
Release Notes: This release fixed a potential problem with the internal caching mechanism and fixed a regression with help in the administration GUI not being displayed. The uWSGI module is now available from the administration interface. A new rTorrent wizard was added along with a GUI improvement to let the user know which entries are optional.
Release Notes: This release addresses a few issues mainly related to live usage graphs. It adds a new uWSGI handler, a new Audio/Video streaming wizard, and support for the HTTP error code 307. It improves the spawning of interpreters (PHP, Ruby on Rails, Django, etc.). Users are encouraged to update.
Release Notes: This new release adds many new features. First of all, it adds support for server information collection: server traffic, accepted connections, time outs, traffic on each individual virtual server, etc. It's also got a new Virtual Server matching plug-in that checks the "Host:" header. The OpenSolaris SMF support has been improved, and the cherokee-admin backend has been reworked so it uses a Unix socket instead of a TCP port. The embedded version of PySGI has been bumped to the latest release, and the file descriptor limit has been raised to 4096 files by default.