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Nginx 1.0.10 has been released a few hours ago and is now available on Dotdeb for :

  • both Debian 6.0 “Squeeze” and Debian 5.0 “Lenny”
  • both amd64 and i386 architectures

Here are the changes since the 1.0.9 release :

*) Bugfix: a segmentation fault might occur in a worker process if
      resolver got a big DNS response.
      Thanks to Ben Hawkes.

*) Bugfix: in cache key calculation if internal MD5 implementation was
      used; the bug had appeared in 1.0.4.

*) Bugfix: the module ngx_http_mp4_module sent incorrect
      "Content-Length" response header line if the "start" argument was
      used.
      Thanks to Piotr Sikora.

3 Responses to “Nginx 1.0.10”

  1. Daniel Caillibaud

    Hi,

    Thanks for packaging !

    There is a chown/chmod on /var/log/nginx somewhere (in dpkg-postconfigure I guess) that’s boring for me because it breaks my read/write logs policy, so I need to do manually a chown/chmod on /var/log/nginx after each upgrade of nginx, to re-fix rights as they were before.

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  2. Guillaume Plessis

    @Daniel Caillibaud : sorry, but I can’t change the default permissions on /var/log/nginx because of your needs. Maybe you can ensure that the permissions always fit your needs (even after an upgrade) :
    – by using a configuration manager (such as puppet or chef)
    – or by using chattr to prevent the changes

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  3. Daniel Caillibaud

    Sure, I don’t want you to change the default permissions on /var/log/nginx, I just wish to preserve owner and perms in an upgrade case (let /var/log/nginx as it is).
    Why doing chown & chmod on /var/log/nginx if it already exists ?

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