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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 34607] - Support for Server Name Indication
Date Sat, 12 Jan 2008 01:18:55 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From eflash@gmx.net  2008-01-11 17:18 -------
(In reply to comment #12)
> Since SSL Upgrade wasn't accepted for backport to 2.0, I'm guessing we won't
> rally the support for backporting this either,
well, sure I'm all after getting folks to use latest. Unfortunately that is not
always possible. There are many many users out who are bound to a specific
Apache line, f.e. many Oracle users are still stick with the 1.3.x line; on
NetWare we have the issue that we have a couple of non-opensource modules which
we have only for 2.0.x line available, and this situation will never change I
guess; f.e. we have an iPrint module running on 2.0.x line, and we cant users
just force to upgrade to later 2.2.x since they would loose iPrint
functionality. Same goes for at least 4 other modules too; so this might be a
reason why Brad suggested backporting SSL Upgrade. I think that such situations
with commercial Apache modules happen to a lot of users on other platforms too,
and we should probably discuss this again from this point of view. Currently I
see no good reason why we should force those users to either go without these
enhancements, or to patch self / use unofficial builds.

GŁn.


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