Windows users of Resin 3.0.17 or 3.0.18 should upgrade to 3.0.19
as soon as possible.
The access-log has a new attribute, shared-buffer. The default
behavior is to use the shared buffer (the current behavior.) If
shared-buffer is disabled, each request will use its own buffer
for logging requests. In some situations, the separate buffer may
reduce locking times.
dn-prefix, dn-suffix, jndi-dnv, user-attribute, password-attribute
The server block now accepts <connection-error-page> for IIS.
The <database> tag now has a <wrap-statements> tag (default true)
allowing applications to use the native statement class.
Added a <prologue> tag to the <web-app>. The prologue is
web-app configuration which is applied before any <web-app-default>.
The <prologue> lets applications define custom <class-loader>
in the <web-app> and lets it be applied before the <web-app-default>
Added <resource-default> tag as a default configuration
for .rar files, e.g. classpaths.
Added a redeploy-check-interval to configure how long Resin should
wait to restart a failed web-app.
The JaasAuthenticator will now look for
getRoles in the Principal returned by the authenticator
to support the servlet
rollover-count is now allowed for <log>
The path-format option to the logs, including access-log can now
accept .gz extensions. The logs will be compressed as they are written.
The <select-manager> tag replaces the <enable-select-manager/>
introduced in 3.0.18.
The number of JSP .class files cached can now be configured in the JSP
servlet. This affects the memory usage in the permanent memory space.
This fix is related to the OOM/PermMax issues some people have been
running into with large numbers of JSP files.
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