Release Notes: This release improves proxy support and adds support for TRUE64 UNIX.
Release Notes: This release corrects a socket problem on Solaris for Intel. It also corrects a problem with regard to HTTP basic authentication on some platforms. An option was added to compile without SSL support even if SSL is installed.
Release Notes: This release fixes a minor bug which revealed itself only on large POSTs to the server.
Release Notes: This release lowers application overhead by consuming up to 50% less CPU on some platforms. It also fixes a bug with regard to the SSL libraries in which siege would crash randomly while using the HTTPS protocol.
Release Notes: This release improves overall performance by consuming considerably less CPU. It also fixes a bug where the application could crash on some platforms if the hostname was not resolvable.
Release Notes: This release fixes a race condition which caused siege to crash randomly while using the HTTPS protocol.
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to abort after a user-defined number of transaction failures. It adds an option to allow a zero byte response from the server. It makes redirects optional, and it adds server availability in the final statistics. This release also includes a bugfix to handle redirecting to non-standard ports.
Release Notes: This release grants the user the ability to determine whether or not they would prefer to follow redirects or accept pages with zero bytes of data. It also contains some minor performance tweaks.
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to POST the contents of a file by constructing a URL with the line input operator.
Release Notes: This release fixes a problem in which siege would default to the standard port on an HTTP redirect instead of using the specified port. It also adds failed transactions to the log file.