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Apache 2.0.14 Released as Alpha Page 8

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Mar 12, 2001


  *) Adopt apr features to simplify mod_includes.  This changes the
     behavior of the USER_NAME variable, unknown uid's are now reported
     as USER_NAME="" rather than the old user#000 result.
     WinNT now resolves USER_NAME on NTFS volumes.  [William Rowe]

  *) Adopt apr features for simplifing mod_userdir, and accept the new
     Win32/OS2 exceptions without hiccuping.  [William Rowe]

  *) Replace configure --with-optim option by using and saving the
     environment variable OPTIM instead.  This is needed because configure
     options do not support multiple flags separated by spaces.
     [Roy Fielding]

  *) Fix some byterange handling.  If we get a byte range that looks like
     "-999999" where that is past the end of the file, we should return
     a PARTIAL CONTENT status code, and return the whole file as one big
     byterange.  This matches the 1.3 handling now.  [Ryan Bloom]

  *) Make the error bucket a real meta-data bucket.  This means that the
     bucket length is 0, and a read returns NULL data.  If one of these
     buckets is passed down after the headers are sent, this data will
     just be ignored.  [Greg Stein]

  *) The prefork MPM wasn't killing child processes correctly if a restart
     signal was received while the process was serving a request.  The child
     process would become the equivalent of a second parent process.  If
     we break out of the accept loop, then we need to do die after cleaning
     up after ourselves.  [Ryan Bloom]

  *) Change the Prefork MPM to use SIGWINCH instead of SIGUSR1 for graceful
     restarts.  [Ryan Bloom]

  *) Modify the apr_stat/lstat/getfileinfo calls within apache to use
     the most optimal APR_FINFO_wanted bits.  This spares Win32 from
     performing very expensive owner, group and permission lookups
     and allows the server to function until these apr_finfo_t fields
     are implemented under Win32.  [William Rowe]



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