Release Notes: This is a new release of the stable branch. It fixes a couple of issues related to TLS/SSL support. It also improves IPv6 address validation in the administration interface.
Release Notes: A high visibility I/O cache configuration bug has been fixed.
Release Notes: The I/O cache stability has been greatly improved. This release also addresses a number of issues: now it's much safer to access the administration panel, a new protection mechanism against internal redirection loops was added, HTTP digest nonce management was improved, and more. The usability of the configuration interface has been also improved. Now the modified settings are automatically submitted and a warning dialog is shown to the user whenever she tries to leave the panel with some unapplied change. The documentation has also been updated.
Release Notes: This release fixes two major bugs. There was a problem with the htdigest files parsing, and there was an administration interface bug that did not allow one to set up new FastCGI/SCGI resources.
Release Notes: A few caching related bugs have been fixed since the previous version. This version also fixes a stability issue, so upgrading is recommended.
Release Notes: Many new features and fixes are included. A new I/O cache has been integrated. There is a huge FastCGI performance improvement. Graceful restart (upgrading the server binary with zero downtime) has been implemented. Transfer-Encoding 'Chunked' support, X-Sendfile support, Deflate encoding support, and a new GeoIP rule module have been added, among other new modules. However, the most interesting changes are in stability and scaling capability.
Release Notes: This release fixes a few bugs in both the Web server and the administration interface. Even if none of the issues was critical, upgrading is recommended.
Release Notes: Minor compilation issues have been fixed. A couple of bugs have been fixed in the administration interface (none of them critical). The CGI, SCGI, and FastCGI modules have received some attention, and all of them are faster now.
Release Notes: A completely new rule based behavior subsystem has been integrated, supporting plugins and rule inheritance. The MIME type configuration mechanism has been also rewritten. The general compilation process is better now. BSD and Mac OS X support has been improved. The configuration Web interface usability is better now, and it has reflected all the new features that landed on this new server version.