Nginx-0.7.65

Changes with nginx 0.7.65 01 Feb
2010

*) Security: now nginx/Windows ignores trailing spaces in URI.
   Thanks to Dan Crowley, Core Security Technologies.

*) Security: now nginx/Windows ignores short files names.
   Thanks to Dan Crowley, Core Security Technologies.

*) Change: now the "009" status code is written to an access log for
   proxied HTTP/0.9 responses.

*) Change: now the default buffer size of the
   "large_client_header_buffers" directive is 8K.
   Thanks to Andrew Cholakian.

*) Change: now default SSL ciphers are "HIGH:!ADH:!MD5".

*) Change: now SSLv2 protocol is disabled by default.

*) Change: now $host variable value is always low case.

*) Feature: the conf/fastcgi.conf for simple FastCGI configurations.

*) Feature: now URI part is not required a "proxy_pass" directive if
   variables are used.

*) Feature: the $ssl_session_id variable.

*) Bugfix: if a proxied or FastCGI request was internally redirected 

to
another proxied or FastCGI location, then $upstream_response_time
variable may have abnormally large value; the bug had appeared in
0.7.63.

*) Bugfix: if the "expires modified" set date in the past, then a
   negative number was set in the "Cache-Control" response header
   line.
   Thanks to Alex Kapranoff.

*) Bugfix: nginx closed a connection if a cached response had an 

empty
body.
Thanks to Piotr S…

*) Bugfix: nginx cached a 304 response if there was the 

“If-None-Match”
header line in a proxied request.
Thanks to Tim Dettrick and David K…

*) Bugfix: nginx did not treat a comma as separator in the
   "Cache-Control" backend response header line.

*) Bugfix: cached HTTP/0.9 responses were handled incorrectly.

*) Bugfix: nginx sent gzipped responses to clients those do not 

support
gzip, if “gzip_static on” and “gzip_vary off”; the bug had
appeared
in 0.8.16.

*) Bugfix: nginx always added "Content-Encoding: gzip" response 

header
line in 304 responses sent by ngx_http_gzip_static_module.

*) Bugfix: the "!-x" operator did not work.
   Thanks to Maxim D..

*) Bugfix: a segmentation fault might occur in a worker process, if
   limit_rate was used in HTTPS server.
   Thanks to Maxim D..

*) Bugfix: a segmentation fault might occur in a worker process 

while
$limit_rate logging.
Thanks to Maxim D…

*) Bugfix: nginx did not support dates in 2038 year on 32-bit 

platforms;

*) Bugfix: nginx/Windows tried to delete a temporary file twice if 

the
file should replace an already existent file.

*) Bugfix: nginx/Windows tried to rename a temporary file twice if 

the
file should replace an already existent file.

*) Bugfix: nginx/Windows might not create temporary file, a cache 

file,
or "proxy/fastcgi_store"d file if a worker had no enough access
rights for top level directories.

*) Bugfix: in UTF-8 encoding support by "try_files" directive in
   nginx/Windows.

*) Bugfix: UTF-8 encoding usage in the ngx_http_autoindex_module.
   Thanks to Maxim D..

*) Bugfix: the ngx_http_autoindex_module did not show the trailing
   slash in links to a directory; the bug had appeared in 0.7.15.

*) Bugfix: nginx did not close a log file set by the 

–error-log-path
configuration option; the bug had appeared in 0.7.53.

*) Bugfix: "addition_types" directive was incorrectly named
   "addtion_types".

*) Bugfix: invalid request line in $request variable was written in
   access_log only if error_log was set to "info" or "debug" level.


Igor S.
http://sysoev.ru/en/

This fix hasn’t uploaded yet on http://nginx.org/en/download.html ?

Regards,

Glen L.

Sorry my mistake… i didn’t see any update because caching on my proxy
server :slight_smile:

On Tue, Feb 02, 2010 at 11:09:05AM +0700, Glen L. wrote:

This fix hasn’t uploaded yet on http://nginx.org/en/download.html ?

What do you mean ?
http://nginx.org/download/nginx-0.7.65.tar.gz is available to download.

Changes with nginx 0.7.65 01 Feb 2010


Igor S.
http://sysoev.ru/en/

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