Getting a core dump from Varnish 1.1.2

Poul-Henning Kamp phk at
Thu Jul 24 17:12:55 CEST 2008

In message <1c5831080807240724x14e7d082o31c6b50202c1cd14 at>, "Nath
an Kinkade" writes:

>> Alternatively, try to update to a -trunk version, it's much better
>> than 1.1.2.
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>Is there a particular revision number in trunk that is worth grabbing,
>or is it presumed that HEAD is stable enough for a fairly busy
>production machine?

At this time HEAD is very stable because we are trying to get closer to
release 2.0

>P.S. Is the etiquette on this list to reply to responder and the list,
>or just the list?

"Be reasonable" is as much etiquette as we have managed to have yet :-)

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