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Thu, 1 Jul 2004
[ 05:54:56 clement ] Original commit 
apache2 www  Deleted files touched by this commit  This port version is marked as vulnerable. Version 2 of Apache web server with prefork MPM.
- Update to 2.0.50
  Important changes:
  *) SECURITY: CAN-2004-0493 (
     Close a denial of service vulnerability identified by Georgi
     Guninski which could lead to memory exhaustion with certain
     input data.  [Jeff Trawick]
  *) SECURITY: CAN-2004-0488 (
     mod_ssl: Fix a buffer overflow in the FakeBasicAuth code for a
     (trusted) client certificate subject DN which exceeds 6K in length.
     [Joe Orton]
  Details can be found here:
- Use autoconf 2.59
- Add add SUEXEC_LOGFILE tunable to set suexec logfile [1]
- Silently ignore removal of libexec/apache2 directory
- Import latest version of apr_reslit.c from apr CVS which
  adds timeout feature to apr_reslist_acquire().
  This is required for future mod_logio-st.
- Add explicit dependency on libiconv (so nowwe support libiconv)
- Move Windows Update fix from MASTER_SITE_LOCAL to ports tree
  These patches are backports from apache CVS HEAD or apr CVS HEAD.
  They have positive impacts on apache responsiveness but can be
  and are NOT currently supported by apache/apr teams.
  * exp-http-ready.patch: add "httpready" support for ACCEPT_FILTER
    (currently apache 2 only support "dataready")
  * exp-apr-kqueue.patch: add support for kqueue in apr_poll().
    This patch greatly improves apache network performance (up to
    18% according to the author, on my test box, between 13% and 21%)
    Test and feedback on -STABLE are welcome ;)
    For more details, please see:

Submitted by:   knu [1]

Please set MASTER_SITE_APACHE_HTTPD to closest mirrors.
you can easily find them from:
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