Great work!

I will try to migrate my busy web app from 3.1.5.s080331 to 3.2.0.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Scott Ferguson" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "General Discussion for the Resin application server" 
Sent: Thursday, August 07, 2008 11:58 PM
Subject: [Resin-interest] Resin 3.2.0 is available

> Resin 3.2.0 is now available at the usual download 
> .  Release notes are at
> Resin 3.2.x is the development branch.  We have a full roadmap of
> stuff to add to 3.2.x, so 3.2.x will be changing considerably for each
> release.  For sites that don't want that kind of code-upheaval, use
> the 3.1.x stable branch.
> Much of the 3.2.0 work was underlying refactoring and distribution/
> release refactoring.  Jars have been merged, so resin.jar and
> javaee-16.jar are the only needed jars for Resin OpenSource.  Resin
> Pro also needs pro.jar.  Also, the resin.xml replaces resin.conf (to
> make editors/mail happy), and a bunch of smaller changes in the
> distribution layout.
> The 3.2.0 release now includes a 32-bit debian package at the download
> site, which will make installation easier for Debian Linux sites
> including Ubuntu.
> For administration, the /resin-admin has been reworked and enhanced.
> New capabilities include:
>   * graphing of critical statistics
>   * revised and enhanced summary page
>   * monitoring and display of slow requests
>   * new JMX page displaying all MBeans and attributes in the system
>   * revised web-app page including start/stop/restart
> For alerts, we've added a "mail:" log-handler, which can email you a
> compilation of the severe and critical log messages (this is very
> handy.)
> The threading and socket management has been refactored to better
> handle comet and jabber connections.  During the checkout process, we
> loaded it with 25,000 simultaneous comet connections as a stress test.
> The distributed sessions have been reworked to use BAM as the
> underlying transport, and the database restructured to handle planned
> distributed object enhancements like distributed caching, and better
> startup performance.   Both the threading and session refactorings are
> major changes, so sites relying on them should do their own stress
> testing.
> Our JSF implementation now includes a handy debugging page, to better
> show the state of the JSF system.  The example at 
>  shows this capability (see the bottom right corner.)
> BAM ( has been refactored and
> cleaned up.  It can now act as a SEDA/queue replacement for memory-
> based JMS queues.  The client and service have been simplified, so the
> housekeeping overhead is now minimal.  In addition, you can now
> program to BAM using PHP, which is a very cool feature.
> Share and Enjoy!
> -- Scott
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