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Mon, 18 Apr 2005
[ 01:05:35 leeym ] Original commit 
squid www files touched by this commit  An older version of this port was marked as vulnerable. HTTP Caching Proxy
Integrate the following vendor patches as published on

- Correct several minor aufs issues (squid bug #671)
- Basic authentification fails when login+password totalled to more than
  64 characters (squid bug #1171)
- Fix an assertion that could occur when traffic other than HTTPS was
  tunneled through squid via the CONNECT method (squid bug #1269)
- Make the --disable-hostname-check configuration option actually work
  (squid bug #1270)
- Fix aufs warning about open filedescriptors when the cache was shut down
  (squid bug #671)
- Allow squid to process requests for files larger than 2GB in size
  (squid bug #437)

  Introduce a new OPTION "WITH_SQUID_LARGEFILE", default to off to match
  squid's default behaviour.
  Rebuild squid with -DWITH_SQUID_LARGEFILE or run 'make config' and
  select this new option.

- Add two new cachemgr actions: "pending_objects" and "client_objects"
- Make external acls that require authentication request new credentials
  after access had been denied (squid bug #1278)
- Make squid use "daemon" instead of "local4" as syslog facility (squid bug

PR:             80028
Submitted by:   Thomas-Martin Seck <> (maintainer)

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