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  •  02 Apr 2006 13:15

Release Notes: Many fixes since 1.2.8. The epoll code was so broken that it's amazing it worked at all. Enhancements in health checks scheduling. Hot reconfiguration facilities, source-based load balancing, automatic limiting of file-descriptors, support for load-balanced backup servers, and support for multi-line headers. Many code cleanups.

  •  29 Jan 2006 17:07

Release Notes: Fixes a nasty bug affecting poll/epoll that could cause crashes due to random memory corruption. TCP health checks would not detect a server refusing connections when using poll/epoll. The 'retries' option was ignored when a connection was refused. This bug has remained for a very long time. A new hot-reconfiguration mechanism was introduced, allowing you to load a new configuration without breaking existing connections.

  •  14 Nov 2005 03:09

Release Notes: Some bugs were fixed after a long code audit. select() could sometimes spin when no timeout was set. Use of PCRE was ignored on some systems. Listeners without address or ports remained unnoticed. Critical errors were displayed during startup even in quiet mode. A workaround was made for a kernel bug in some epoll implementations. Many other code cleanups were done. A new TCP keep-alive option was added. The "static-pcre" build target was added. A README was written to inform about the build process.

  •  14 Nov 2005 03:06

Release Notes: Some bugs were fixed after a long code audit. select() could sometimes spin when no timeout was set. Use of PCRE was ignored on some systems. Listeners without address or ports remained unnoticed. Critical errors were displayed during startup even in quiet mode. Many other code cleanups were done. A new "static-pcre" build target was added. A README was written to inform about the build process.

  •  03 May 2005 03:52

Release Notes: This release fixes a nasty bug related to the epoll() optimization where some events would not be re-armed if an fd was closed and reassigned during the same iteration. A cleaner fix will be done in a later version. As select() is not an option above 10000 hits/s, epoll() users must upgrade. Non-epoll users are not affected.

  •  21 Oct 2003 20:02

Release Notes: This release fixes a severe bug in which breaks almost all POST requests.

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