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Nginx 1.0.7 has been released

Nginx 1.0.7 has been released.

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The changes include :

  • Change: now if total size of all ranges is greater than source response size, then nginx disables ranges and returns just the source response.

  • Feature: the “max_ranges” directive.

  • Feature: the module ngx_http_mp4_module.

  • Feature: the “worker_aio_requests” directive.

  • Bugfix: if nginx was built –with-file-aio it could not be run on Linux kernel which did not support AIO.

  • Bugfix: in Linux AIO error processing. Thanks to Hagai Avrahami.

  • Bugfix: in Linux AIO combined with open_file_cache.

  • Bugfix: open_file_cache did not update file info on retest if file was not atomically changed.

  • Bugfix: reduced memory consumption for long-lived requests.

  • Bugfix: in the “proxy/fastcgi/scgi/uwsgi_ignore_client_abort” directives.

  • Bugfix: nginx could not be built on MacOSX 10.7.

  • Bugfix: in the “proxy/fastcgi/scgi/uwsgi_ignore_client_abort” directives.

  • Bugfix: request body might be processed incorrectly if client used pipelining.

  • Bugfix: in the “request_body_in_single_buf” directive.

  • Bugfix: in “proxy_set_body” and “proxy_pass_request_body” directives if SSL connection to backend was used.

  • Bugfix: nginx hogged CPU if all servers in an upstream were marked as “down”.

  • Bugfix: a segmentation fault might occur during reconfiguration if ssl_session_cache was defined but not used in previous configuration.

  • Bugfix: a segmentation fault might occur in a worker process if many backup servers were used in an upstream.

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