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resin 4.0.36 release notes


Summary

We encourage people to report 4.0.36 bugs at http://bugs.caucho.com.

4.0.36 is primarily a bug fix release. Please see changes.xtp for a list of changes.

ProxyCache

Resin's HTTP Proxy module has been updated to support full load-balancing, failover, and network timeouts. A proxycache cluster was added to resin.xml and resin.properties, including the new 'backend_servers' property used to supply a list of backend HTTP servers to proxy to. Resin's proxy-cache request caching capability is automatically applied on this layer, providing true HTTP caching proxy capability.

BAM: clustered messaging

The low-level queuing implementation for BAM's mailboxes has been updated to better handle high load spikes.

The BAM queues have also been extended to handle larger load.

Quercus

Quercus encoding issues with MySQL databases have been resolved.


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