Apache Traffic Server v7.0.0 Released
When upgrading to 7.0.0 from 6.x you will need to recompile user written plugins. Upgrading from the previous releases, 3.2.0 and later, to v7.0.0 should preserve the cache and not require it to be cleared. More details are available at:
Traffic Server 6.0 released
Apache Traffic Server 4.2.1 is released
The Apache Software Foundation and the Apache Traffic Server project are pleased to announce the release of Apache Traffic Server v4.2.1! This is our latest stable release, and is immediately available for download at:
Upgrading from the previous v3.2 release to v4.x should be done with care, since the cache is not backwards compatible. This means upgrading will cause the cache to be reinitialized. More details on upgrading is available on the Wiki:
Upgrading from 4.1.x should be seamless.
There's a number of new features in this bug-fix release.Details are available at:
4.2.x will be the last minor version in the 4.x release and is a Long Term Support (LTS) release.
Apache Traffic Server 4.2.0 is released
There's a number of new features in this bugfix release. Details are available at https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/TS/What%27s+new+in+v4.2.x.
ATS v3.3.4 (developer) is released!
We've just finished the v3.3.4 release, and it's now available for immediate download. The announcement email is included below, but please take this out for a spin and make sure it's moving towards stability.
Apache Traffic Server v3.3.4-dev Released The Apache Software Foundation and the Apache Traffic Server project are pleased to announce the release of Apache Traffic Server v3.3.4-dev. This is our latest development release, and is available from http://trafficserver.apache.org/downloads This is primarily a bug release over v3.3.3-dev, with one major feature: The ability to assign disks to volumes, such that you can target content to specific drives (e.g. an SSD). Please take this out for a spin, and file bugs and problem reports. We need everyone to keep testing these -dev releases, as we move towards our next stable release (v3.4). We are unfortunately 4-6 weeks behind right now, and looking for a v3.4 release by mid to end of July. Sincerely, -- The Apache Traffic Server community
Apache Traffic Server 3.3.1 released
- gzip plugin is now configurable per mime-type
- Internal milestone timers exposed through plugin APIs
- In clustering mode, content can be forced to be cached locally
- A new authorization proxy plugin
- The FreeBSD builds now support raw disk caches
Apache Traffic Server 3.2.4
This is primarily a bug fix release, addressing a number of SSL related issues. Additionally we have important fixes which make running ATS on FreeBSD an overall more pleasant experience. We encourage Traffic Server users to upgrade - and everybody else to try it out!
The source code is immediately available for download.