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libvarnishapi1-3.0.3-4.5.1 RPM for ppc

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Name: libvarnishapi1 Distribution: openSUSE 13.1
Version: 3.0.3 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 4.5.1 Build date: Thu Nov 14 16:11:50 2013
Group: Productivity/Networking/Web/Proxy Build host: build65
Size: 84808 Source RPM: varnish-3.0.3-4.5.1.src.rpm
Summary: Shared libraries for Varnish
Varnish is an HTTP accelerator. An HTTP accelerator (often called Reverse
Proxy) is an application that stores (caches) documents that have been
requested over the HTTP protocol.

Based on certain criteria the next client requesting the document is either
given the cached document, or a "fresh" document requested from a backend
server. The purpose of this is to minimize the requests going to the backend
server(s) by serving the same document to potentially many users.

This package holds the shared libraries for varnish.






* Fri Nov 01 2013
  - Add 0001-Make-up-our-mind-Any-req.-we-receive-from-the-client.patch
    (CVE-2013-4484, bnc#848451)
* Fri Oct 04 2013
  - Deactivate libpcre JIT (bnc#839358), add varnish-disable-pcrejit.diff
* Sun Sep 23 2012
  - Update to version 3.0.3
    * Fixed excessive session workspace allocations.
    * Fixed some crashes in the case of out of memory
    * Fixed an infinite loop in the regex parser.
    * DNS director now uses port 80 by default if not specified.
    * Introduce idle_send_timeout and increase default value for
    send_timeout to 600s. This allows a long send timeout for slow
    clients while still being able to disconnect idle clients.
    * Fixed a crash when passing with streaming on.
    * Fixed a crash in the idle session timeout code.
    * Fixed an issue where the poll waiter did not timeout clients if
    all clients were idle.
    * Log regex errors instead of crashing.
    * Introduce pcre_match_limit, and pcre_match_limit_recursion
    * Add CLI commands to manually control health state of a
* Wed Feb 08 2012
  - Update to new upstream release 3.0.2
    * Add support for ESI and gzip
    * Handle objects larger than 2G
    * HTTP Range support is now enabled by default
    * "307 Temporary redirect" is now considered cacheable
    * see ChangeLog (packaged) or
    for details
  - Note that the -s file,/var/cache/varnish,524288 argument (check
    /etc/sysconfig/varnish) needs at least "1M" instead of 524288
    or the daemon will not start anymore.
  - Add systemd unit files
* Thu Dec 08 2011
  - fix license to be in format
* Tue May 10 2011
  - Varnish Requires a C compiler, the vcl scripts are compiled
    and loaded as DSO.
* Sat Apr 16 2011
  - remove configure option --enable-debugging-symbols
    it overrides buildsystem optimization levels.
* Sat Apr 16 2011
  - Update to version 2.1.5
    * Two bugs relating to Content-Length and possible duplication
      of Content-Length headers have been resolved.
    * Fixed an issue with re-using connections after Chunked-Encoding.
    * Use the time of cache-insertion for "If-Modified-Since" requests
      if a "Last-Modified" header isn't provided by the backend.
    * Merge multi-line Vary and Cache-Control headers from clients,
      which Google Chromium seem to split up.
* Fri Apr 15 2011
  - use pkgconfig instead of pkg-config on SLES 9
* Sun Apr 03 2011
  - Fix security-problematic ownership of /etc/varnish files
  - Run spec-beautifier over it
  - Replace default shipped vcl.conf by something working
  - Run as varnish user
  - Start varnishlog together with varnishd
  - Properly use PID files in init script
* Sat Oct 09 2010
  - Create and package /var/log/varnish
* Thu Aug 05 2010
  - Update to new upstream release: 2.1.3
    * fixed an off-by-one error in the ESI handling causing includes to
    fail a large part of the time.
    * Avoid triggering an assert if the other end closes the connection
    while we are lingering and waiting for another request from them.
    * Make it possible to specify the per-thread stack size. This might
    be useful on 32 bit systems with their limited address space.
    * Persistent storage is now experimentally supported using the
    persistent stevedore. It has the same command line arguments as
    the file stevedore.
    * The regular expression engine is now PCRE instead of POSIX
    regular expressions.
    * Add a new hashing method called critbit. This autoscales and
    should work better on large object workloads than the classic
    hash. Critbit has been made the default hash algorithm.
    * Add support for authenticating CLI connections.
    * Add hash director that chooses which backend to use depending on
    * Add client director that chooses which backend to use depending
    on the client's IP address. Note that this ignores the
    X-Forwarded-For header.
    * Add a timestamp to bans, so you can know how old they are.
    * Varnish can now connect its CLI to a remote instance when
    starting up, rather than just being connected to.
    * It is no longer needed to specify the maximum number of HTTP
    headers to allow from backends. This is now a run-time parameter.
    * HEAD requests would be converted to GET requests too early, which
    affected pass and pipe. This has been fixed.
    * Add experimental support for the Range header. This has to be
    enabled using the parameter http_range_support.
  - Add PreReqs for %post
  - Run %setup quietly
  - Remove unneeded .la files from installation - libraries are in
    a standard directory already
  - Avoid use of bash-specific &>/dev/null during %post
  - Refine file lists
  - Remove old changelog from .spec - changelog is in .changes
* Tue Dec 15 2009
  - update 2.0.5
* Fri Apr 03 2009
  - update to 2.0.4
* Tue Mar 10 2009
  - update to 2.0.3



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