Squid, a caching proxy for the Web supporting HTTP, HTTPS, FTP that helps reducing bandwidth and improves response times by caching and reusing frequently-requested web pages, is now at version 3.2.9.Squid 3.2.9 is mainly a maintenance release, with just a few bug fixes and improvements. Users should upgrade nonetheless.
Highlights of Squid 3.2.9:
• Accept-Language header parse regression has been corrected;
• 'Failed to select source' messages are no longer displayed;
• Authentication headers are now properly sent on peer digest requests;
• A build error on Solaris, OpenIndiana, and Omnios has been corrected.
• tcp_outgoing_tos/mark ACLs didn’t obey the acl_uses_indirect_client;
• Objects that cannot be cached in memory are now cached on disk.
A complete list of changes and updates can be found in the official announcement.
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