Nginx 1.10 Stable Released With HTTP/2, Stream Module
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 26 April 2016 at 11:26 AM EDT. 1 Comment
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Version 1.10 of the Nginx high-performance web server was released this morning.

Nginx 1.10 succeeds the nginx 1.8 stable series and incorporates the many development changes of the Nginx 1.9 series. This two-clause BSD-licensed web server now makes stable its stream module, HTTP/2 support, dynamic modules support, and many other changes.

Other work includes OpenSSL 1.1 compatibility, UDP support in the stream module, an aio_write directive, TCP support in the resolver, security fixes/improvements, and many bug fixes. There is the CHANGES file with more details on what happened during the 1.9 development series.

Nginx 1.10 stable can be downloaded at nginx.org.
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