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Mon, 18 Apr 2005
[ 01:05:35 leeym ] Original commit 
squid www  Deprecated Expiration Date 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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