Release Notes: This release provides a new method for looping through a URLs file. Each client now begins at a different location in the file. It also provides support for long URLs and POST data and includes several bugfixes and documentation updates.
Release Notes: This is the first major siege release in over a decade. Significant portions have been rewritten to add support for additional protocols. This release adds limited support for FTP. You can get and put files to a server. FTP is invoked automatically based on the URL scheme, i.e., ftp://.
Release Notes: This release fixes a header bug. When you assign an Accept: header with the -H/--header command line options, it will override the default Accept header.
Release Notes: This release adds support for HTTP 307 redirects. It also includes several autotools corrections and some minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release fixes a problem with HEAD requests using digest authentication.
Release Notes: This version includes a minor fix to improve output format in verbose mode.
Release Notes: This release includes numerous bugfixes and function ports so it will run better and compile on older systems. It also includes several new features such as timestamped output, a -q/--quiet option to suppress stdout, and conditional exits on -g/--get requests. On those requests, siege will now exit 0 if it receives at least one HTTP 200 response. Otherwise, it will exit 1. These last two features have been added to make the program more script-friendly.
Release Notes: This release corrects a thirteen year old bug. If you don't provide a '-f file' argument, siege will now look for urls.txt inside the $sysconfdir you set at configure time.
Release Notes: This version adds the option of timestamping each output line while in verbose mode. It also introduces numerous bugfixes and code refinements.
Release Notes: This version provides a mechanism to allow siege to log in as a variety of different users. It fixes a bug in which cookies weren't sent if the domain had a leading dot. It also adds colorized output and color-coded error messages.