This year’s Xen Project Developer Summit is over! We had two days packed with highly technical sessions that were attended by 120 delegates. Our sessions have – as always – been very interactive with lots of discussions during and after the talks. Of course we did also have lots of time for in-corridor conversations during breaks, which most of us look forward to every year.
The initial version of liblognorm v2 is almost ready. It offers many new features, like custom data types, much easier rule description langugage, and potentially even greater performance (we have not yet verfied this). As some of you know, I have worked very hard on liblognorm during the past weeks. I have now reached a very important milestone and will switch the git master branch to use the new version. If things go smooth enough, the initial release of liblognorm v2 will go along with the next rsyslog release. Daily build will have it very soon.
I am pleased to announce the release of Xen 4.4.3. We recommend that all users of the 4.4 stable series update to this latest maintenance release.
Xen 4.4.3 is available immediately from its git repository:
We can configure both http & https on lighttpd webserver.
Use following configuration to serve both http & https requests:
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