Release Notes: The release includes several bugfixes, better RFC compliance, better integration with mod_gzip, and the ability to turn off connection pooling (a la mod_proxy). It also includes ntbhb (a standalone mod_backhand resource announcer for Windows).
Release Notes: Several stability-related enhancements and feature additions.
Release Notes: Various bug fixes.
Release Notes: This version includes numerous bugfixes and code cleanups. There was an uninitialized variable that was preventing many people from getting mod_backhand to work at all.
Release Notes: The major changes include autoconf style configure scripts, a fix for a segfault that occurred when proxying POSTs, the addition of a global directive to force actual redirection to the local Apache instance, proper functioning when you change HARD_SERVER_LIMIT in Apache, adjustable logging, and the addition of the infrastructure to use HTTP redirection as an alternative to proxying when redirecting to another server.
Release Notes: New backhand-devel and backhand-users mailing lists, fixes for the byCost function, addition of run time configurable bias (prefer youself) when using byLoad, FreeBSD fixes (resource collection is still not perfect), a new candidacy function addPrediction which can be used to avoid resource contention, new statistics are collected concerning the number of backhanded requests and the average turn-around time on those requests, and everything shown at ApacheCon2000 is now in the distribution.
Release Notes: Fixes for a small Solaris bug in determining total memory size and a problem that caused Microsoft IE to not get pages correctly, a new experimental candidacy function called byCost, support for Linux/Alpha, implementation of the proxying of HTTP/1.1 chunked encoding (IE problem), and a beautified diagnostics page.
Release Notes: Fixed the writing of log notices to go to the logfile instead of stdout when starting Apache, works with Apache 1.3.9 better, moved the exploration, decisions and uri rewriting to the mime/types stage from the access stage, other modules were "un"making our decisions, things should work better with <Location> directives and AddHandler directives.