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Last release 1.9.8 was issued on 2019/05/13. There are currently 74 patches in the queue cut down this way: - 3 MAJOR, first one merged on 2019/05/27 - 42 MEDIUM, first one merged on 2019/05/21 - 29 MINOR, first one merged on 2019/05/16 Thus the computed ideal release date for 1.9.9 would be 2019/06/10, which was five weeks ago. The current list of patches in the queue is: - MAJOR : lb/threads: make sure the avoided server is not full on second pass - MAJOR : listener: fix thread safety in resume_listener() - MAJOR : mux-h1: Don't crush trash chunk area when outgoing message is formatted - MEDIUM : mux-h2: Reset padlen when several frames are demux - MEDIUM : mux-h2: Remove the padding length when a DATA frame size is checked - MEDIUM : compression: Set Vary: Accept-Encoding for compressed responses - MEDIUM : http: fix "http-request reject" when not final - MEDIUM : WURFL: segfault in wurfl-get() with missing info. - MEDIUM : connections: Always call shutdown, with no linger. - MEDIUM : vars: make the tcp/http unset-var() action support conditions - MEDIUM : h2: Don't forget to set h2s->cs to NULL after having free'd cs. - MEDIUM : connection: Use the session to get the origin address if needed. - MEDIUM : proto_htx: Introduce the state ENDING during forwarding - MEDIUM : mux-h1: only check input data for the current stream, not next one - MEDIUM : sessions: Don't keep an extra idle connection in sessions. - MEDIUM : stream-int: Don't rely on CF_WRITE_PARTIAL to unblock opposite si - MEDIUM : mworker: don't call the thread and fdtab deinit - MEDIUM : threads: fix double-word CAS on non-optimized 32-bit platforms - MEDIUM : connections: Don't call shutdown() if we want to disable linger. - MEDIUM : mux-h1: Use buf_room_for_htx_data() to detect too large messages - MEDIUM : queue: fix the tree walk in pendconn_redistribute. - MEDIUM : threads: Fix build for 32bits arch with dwcas. - MEDIUM : connections: Don't use ALPN to pick mux when in mode TCP. - MEDIUM : servers: Don't forget to set srv_cs to NULL if we can't reuse it. - MEDIUM : connections: Don't try to send early data if we have no mux. - MEDIUM : mux-h1: Don't skip the TCP splicing when there is no more data to read - MEDIUM : mux-h2: make sure the connection timeout is always set - MEDIUM : ssl: Don't attempt to set alpn if we're not using SSL. - MEDIUM : mux-h1: Always release H1C if a shutdown for writes was reported - MEDIUM : fd/threads: fix excessive CPU usage on multi-thread accept - MEDIUM : checks: Don't attempt to read if we destroyed the connection. - MEDIUM : vars: make sure the scope is always valid when accessing vars - MEDIUM : dns: make the port numbers unsigned - MEDIUM : da: cast the chunk to string. - MEDIUM : proto-htx: Not forward too much data when 1xx reponses are handled - MEDIUM : mux-h1: Don't switch the mux in BUSY mode on 1xx messages - MEDIUM : h2/htx: Update data length of the HTX when the cookie list is built - MEDIUM : compression/htx: Fix the adding of the last data block - MEDIUM : mux-h1: Don't release h1 connection if there is still data to send - MEDIUM : checks: Make sure the tasklet won't run if the connection is closed. - MEDIUM : connection: fix multiple handshake polling issues - MEDIUM : lb_fas: Don't test the server's lb_tree from outside the lock - MEDIUM : lb_fwlc: Don't test the server's lb_tree from outside the lock - MEDIUM : spoe: Don't use the SPOE applet after releasing it - MEDIUM : streams: Don't switch from SI_ST_CON to SI_ST_DIS on read0. - MINOR : fl_trace/htx: Be sure to always forward trailers and EOM - MINOR : mux-h1: Don't send more data than expected - MINOR : http: Use the global value to limit the number of parsed headers - MINOR : lua/htx: Make txn.req_req_* and txn.res_rep_* HTX aware - MINOR : mux-h1: Correctly report Ti timer when HTX and keepalives are used - MINOR : ssl_sock: Fix memory leak when disabling compression - MINOR : http_fetch: Rely on the smp direction for "cookie()" and "hdr()" - MINOR : mux-h1: Make format errors during output formatting fatal - MINOR : mux-h2: Count EOM in bytes sent when a HEADERS frame is formatted - MINOR : time: make sure only one thread sets global_now at boot - MINOR : mux-h1: Don't return the empty chunk on HEAD responses - MINOR : deinit/threads: make hard-stop-after perform a clean exit - MINOR : peers: Wrong stick-table update message building. - MINOR : channel/htx: Call channel_htx_full() from channel_full() - MINOR : 51d/htx: The _51d_fetch method, and the methods it calls are now HTX aware. - MINOR : http-rules: mention "deny_status" for "deny" in the error message - MINOR : server: Be really able to keep "pool-max-conn" idle connections - MINOR : flt_trace/htx: Only apply the random forwarding on the message body. - MINOR : mux-h1: Add the header connection in lower case in outgoing messages - MINOR : mux-h1: Wake up the mux if it is busy when a 1xx response is handled - MINOR : mux-h1: Wake busy mux for I/O when message is fully sent - MINOR : mux-h1: errflag must be set on H1S and not H1M during output processing - MINOR : spoe: Fix memory leak if failing to allocate memory - MINOR : mux-h1: Report EOI instead EOS on parsing error or H2 upgrade - MINOR : channel/htx: Don't alter channel during forward for empty HTX message - MINOR : htx: Remove a forgotten while loop in htx_defrag() - MINOR : mworker/cli: don't output a \n before the response - MINOR : memory: Set objects size for pools in the per-thread cache - 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