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Release Notes: Bugfixes.

  •  14 Apr 2011 21:26

Release Notes: This release fixes some CPU loading issues with the cache manager. It fixes custom 401 error messages. It fixes minor issues with the image_filter.

Release Notes: Numerous bugfixes and enhancements.

  •  15 Feb 2008 06:19

Release Notes: This release makes the "proxy_store" and "fastcgi_store" directives check response lengths, fixes a segmentation fault in the worker process which occurred if a big value was used in an "expires" directive, and fixes incorrectly-detected cache line sizes on Pentium 4s.

  •  15 Feb 2008 06:23

Release Notes: The STARTTLS in SMTP mode is now working. In HTTPS mode, some requests fail with a "bad write retry" error. The "If-Range" request header line is now supported. uname(2) is now used on Linux systems instead of procfs.

  •  06 Dec 2007 07:15

Release Notes: The mail proxy was split into three modules: POP3, IMAP, and SMTP. Some minor bugs were fixed. nginx can now start on Solaris if the shared PCRE library is located in a non-standard place. A worker process that may have gotten caught in an endless loop if the memcached was used was fixed.

  •  18 Oct 2007 08:00

Release Notes: If all upstream servers have failed, then all servers were given equal weight until servers became alive. This bug appeared in 0.6.6.

Release Notes: The mail proxy now supports AUTHENTICATE in IMAP mode and STARTTLS in SMTP mode. nginx tries to set the "worker_priority", "worker_rlimit_nofile", "worker_rlimit_core", and "worker_rlimit_sigpending" without super-user privileges.

Release Notes: The mail proxy now supports AUTHENTICATE in IMAP mode and STARTTLS in SMTP mode.

  •  26 Jul 2007 06:41

Release Notes: Sun Studio compatibility on Solaris/AMD64 and Solaris/SPARC64 was established. A problem where garbage was passed in the header to a client if the FastCGI header was split in records was fixed.

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