Apache 2.0 alpha 8 released! Page 5

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Nov 20, 2000


  *) Always compute the content length, whether it is sent or not.
     The reason for this, is that it allows us to correctly report
     the bytes_sent when logging the request.  This also simplifies
     content-length filter a bit, and fixes the actual byte-reporing
     code in mod_log_config.c
     [Ryan Bloom]

  *) Remove AP_END_OF_BRIGADE definition.  This does not signify what
     it says, because it was only used by EOS and FLUSH buckets.  Since
     neither of those are required at the end of a brigade, this was
     really signifying FLUSH_THE_DATA, but that can be determined better
     by checking AP_BUCKET_IS_EOS() or AP_BUCKET_IS_FLUSH.  EOS and FLUSH
     buckets now return a length of 0, which is actually the amount of data
     read, so they make more sense.
     [Ryan Bloom]

  *) Allow the core_output_filter to save some data past the end of a
     request.  If we get an EOS bucket, we only send the data if it
     makes sense to send it.  This allows us to pipeline request
     responses.  As a part of this, we also need to allocate mmap
     buckets out of the connection pool, not the request pool.  This
     allows the mmap to outlive the request.
     [Ryan Bloom]

  *) Make blocking and non-blocking bucket reads work correctly for
     sockets and pipes.  These are the only bucket types that should
     have non-blocking reads, because the other bucket types should
     ALWAYS be able to return something immediately.
     [Ryan Bloom]

  *) In the Apache/Win32 console window, accept Ctrl+C to stop the
     server, but use Ctrl+Break to initiate a graceful restart
     instead of duplicating behavior. [John Sterling]

  *) Patch mod_autoindex to set the Last-Modified header based on
     the directory's mtime, and add the ETag header.  [William Rowe]

  *) Merge the 1.3 patch to add support for logging query string in
     such a way that "%m %U%q %H" is the same as "%r".
     [Bill Stoddard]

  *) Port three log methods from mod_log_config 1.3 to 2.0:



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