mod_auth_pgsql is an Apache (1.3/2.0) module that allows user authentication (and can log authentication requests) against information stored in a PostgreSQL database.
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Release Notes: Security fixes and bugfixes were done.
Release Notes: The connection reuse logic is now optional and off by default. If enabled, it will open one connection per child instead of one per dir config.
Release Notes: A fix for a bug in connection reuse that makes it impossible to authenticate when you configure more than one database per host.
Release Notes: This is a stable release for Apache 2, and adds a debug feature as a compile time option, adds Auth_PG_grp_user_field, renames Auth_PG_gid_field to Auth_PG_grp_group_field, adds BASE64 support, now reuses the database connection, and features an approximate 2x speedup.
Release Notes: MD5 authentication was fixed. The module now compiles on Win32.