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From Rob Hartill <r...@imdb.com>
Subject 1.2b1
Date Wed, 20 Nov 1996 20:28:56 GMT

Please remind me if there's anything important missing.



Bugs:
	-=-=-=-=-=-
	SIGUSR1/graceful restarts 

	Problem: Under FreeBSD, this is lethal. USR1 followed by HUP takes down
	te server. Paul S (?) reported annoying processes after a USR1.
	
	To do: Is there any documentation on this ? If there is, add a huge
	warning. 

	patch to warn people away (via comments) committed.

	bug confirmed by Brian on BSDI.

	-=-=-=--=-=-=-
	SSI causes bytes sent count to be waaay too low.

	For each SSI include, apache substracts bytes sent so far from
	its counter (thinking bytes sent so far = headers only)

	patch waiting for one more +1

	-=-=-=-=--=--==

	From: Roy
	The problem is that a request on /dir/ is internally redirected to
	/dir/index.html, which properly results in a 304 Not Modified.  However,
	the r->status is not updated to reflect new->status (and anything else
	that might need to be promoted).

	-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

	1.2-dev still has this bug in it.  get_client_block needs to
	check for the -1 error case from the call to bread().

	patch offered. positive feedback so far.

	-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-

Showstoppers:
	SSI byte sent logging 

	Roy's redirect bug, though he seems to be having 2nd thoughts now,
	probably not a showstopper.

	?  get_client_block needs to check for the -1  (sounds nasty)


To do:

done	ASAP	Find a patch for 'satisfy' that works well (tried and tested)
		 (before feature freeze)
		Prepare more documentation.
		Resolve all outstanding bugs (see above).
done	Nov 17	Feature freeze.
	Nov 24	Create last pre-beta tarball (Randy?)
		Test, test, test.
		Report back with positive as well as negative comments.
	Nov 30	Create 1.2b1 tarball.
	  "	Update CVS to reflect 1.2b1 release.
	Dec  1  Release 1.2b1.
	  "	Put documentation online if there is any.
	  "	Hand 1.2 management over.



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