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  •  14 May 2002 18:47
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    Release Notes: This release adds refined socket error handling and reporting. Siege will now abort after it reaches a user defined threshold of socket failures, and it now reports the availability of the server based upon the percentage of socket connections the server accepts.

    •  01 May 2002 17:22
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      Release Notes: This release adds several performance enhancements and several minor feature enhancements. The most notable of these is the ability to assign an alternative log file in the .siegerc file. This release also includes some portability enhancements.

      •  26 Apr 2002 17:05
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        Release Notes: This release ports the 2.53bx changes to AIX. It supports the AIX compiler; gcc is currently not supported.

        •  24 Apr 2002 13:58
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          Release Notes: This release allows the user to define a log file in the .siegerc file with a directive such as "logfile = /path/to/file".

          •  17 Apr 2002 22:17
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            Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in which siege crashed when it relied on a URL in the .siegerc file as its only URL. This release also displays more helpful information when invoked with -C.

            •  15 Apr 2002 15:52
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              Release Notes: This release includes minor server socket handling improvements. It also fixes a formatting problem which caused siege to log a negative number of bytes transferred in certain situations.

              •  11 Apr 2002 13:26
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                Release Notes: This release adds HTTP redirects and several minor bugfixes and feature enhancements.

                •  05 Apr 2002 16:32
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                  Release Notes: This releases fixes a race condition which prevented runs with a single simulated user.

                  •  25 Mar 2002 15:33
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                    Release Notes: This release adds logic to handle Microsoft style returns. The problem had manifested itself when HTML was built on Windows and copied to UNIX and siege attempted to follow a redirect. The appended ^M in the HTML would cause siege to send a mangled URL request to the server.

                    •  20 Mar 2002 15:32
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                      Release Notes: This release adds support for HTTP redirects and introduces several bugfixes and documentation updates.

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