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Accepted trafficserver 6.2.0-1~bpo8+1 (source amd64) into jessie-backports, jessie-backports

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Date: Wed, 05 Oct 2016 00:16:09 +0800
Source: trafficserver
Binary: trafficserver trafficserver-experimental-plugins trafficserver-dev
Architecture: source amd64
Version: 6.2.0-1~bpo8+1
Distribution: jessie-backports
Urgency: high
Maintainer: Arno Töll <arno@debian.org>
Changed-By: Aron Xu <aron@debian.org>
 trafficserver - fast, scalable and extensible HTTP/1.1 compliant caching proxy se
 trafficserver-dev - Apache Traffic Server Software Developers Kit (SDK)
 trafficserver-experimental-plugins - experimental plugins for Apache Traffic Server
Closes: 609285 622800 632546 633192 636338 667396 687698 691179 701427 711530 715134 733377 737510 743395 743584 750807 754134 754808 767287 770353 778148 805124
 trafficserver (6.2.0-1~bpo8+1) jessie-backports; urgency=medium
   * Rebuild for jessie-backports.
   * Require libssl-dev (>= 1.0.2j-1~)
 trafficserver (6.2.0-1) unstable; urgency=medium
   * Add upstream gpg keys for uscan pgpsigurlmangle option
   * Imported Upstream version 6.2.0
   * Patch refresh for 6.2.0
   * Update trafficserver manpages list
   * Update trafficserver install list
   * Update trafficserver-experimental-plugins install list
   * Update build dependencies (Add libmariadbclient-dev in experimental)
   * Bump standards version
 trafficserver (6.1.1-1) unstable; urgency=medium
   * Imported Upstream version 6.1.1
   * Update d/watch for gpg signature check
 trafficserver (6.1.0-1) unstable; urgency=medium
   * New upstream release
   * Use -mcx16 on x86 platforms only (Closes: #805124)
 trafficserver (6.0.0-3) unstable; urgency=medium
   * Update d/NEWS & d/README.Debian with 32-bit upstream support drop
 trafficserver (6.0.0-2) unstable; urgency=medium
   * Re-enable 32-bit builds
   * Add some optional build dependencies
   * Use -O3 by default
 trafficserver (6.0.0-1) unstable; urgency=medium
   [ Aron Xu ]
   * Avoid possible-missing-colon-in-closes
   [ Jean Baptiste Favre ]
   * Imported Upstream version 6.0.0
   * Update experimental plugins list
     - Remove channel_stats
     - Add cache promote cache_promote.so
     - Add cache ranage request cache_range_requests.so
     - Add mp4 streaming media mp4.so
     - Add Stream editor stream_editor.so
 trafficserver (5.3.1-1) unstable; urgency=medium
   [ Arno Töll ]
   * Add proxy.config.admin.user_id setting
   [ Aron Xu ]
   * Add myself back to Uploaders
   * Use dh compat 9
   [ Jean Baptiste Favre ]
   * Imported Upstream version 5.3.1
   * Removed patch for TS-3632 (merged upstream)
   * Upstream changes allow ftbfs with GCC-5 (Closes: #778148)
 trafficserver (5.3.0-2) unstable; urgency=medium
   * Avoid installing tslua.so on archs built without LuaJIT
     (Closes: #770353)
 trafficserver (5.3.0-1) unstable; urgency=medium
   * Imported Upstream version 5.3.0
     - CVE-2014-10022: remote DoS
   * Remove fix_TS3316_i386_build patch
   * Fix traffic_wccp build, missing OpenSSL symbol
   * Add experimental plugin generator
   * Format patch for TS-3632
   * Update Uploader field in d/control
 trafficserver (5.2.0-2) unstable; urgency=medium
   * Disable LuaJIT for arm64
 trafficserver (5.2.0-1) unstable; urgency=medium
   [ Jean Baptiste Favre ]
   * New upstream release.
   * Add support for following experimental modules:
     - epic
     - header_normalize
     - mysql_remap
     - ssl_cert_loader
     - sslheaders
   * Remove missing file related to removed traffic_shell
   * Backport patch for TS-3316 to solve i386 build issue
   * Fix misconfigured call to dh_makeshlibs (used system dir instead
     of temporary build one)
   [ Aron Xu ]
   * Enable all hardening features.
   * Update copyright file.
 trafficserver (5.1.1-1) unstable; urgency=medium
   * New upstream release. This release includes fixes for these security
     related vulnerabilities:
     - CVE-2014-3566: Do not enable SSL3 by default
     - CVE-2014-3624: Ensure remap requests are properly tunneled using CONNECT
       requests to avoid an open relay
   * Add support for ppc64el, patch merged upstream (Closes: #754134, #754808)
   * Fix "ftbfs on kfreebsd" by conditionally building healthchecks.so on Linux
     only. Patch supplied by Steven Chamberlain, thanks (Closes: #767287)
 trafficserver (5.1.0-1) unstable; urgency=medium
   * New upstream release
   * Bump standards version to 3.9.6 (no changes needed)
   [Jean Baptiste Favre]
   * Add a debug package with debug symbols for those who need it.
   * Split out experimental trafficserver plugins into a separate package so
     that users are aware of their experimental character before using them.
   * Add a libhwloc b-d so that ATS has a better idea about the underlying
     hardware it runs at to improve the runtime performance
 trafficserver (5.0.1-1) unstable; urgency=medium
   * New upstream release including a fix for CVE-2014-3525 that allowed
     attackers by special crafted packets to obtain privileges for services bound
     to localhost
 trafficserver (5.0.0-1) unstable; urgency=medium
   * Acknowledge previous NMUs, thanks to Anibal Monsalve Salazar for
   * New upstream version. Patch changes:
     + drop 0001-TS-1821.patch: released upstream in 5.0.0
     + drop 0001-TS-2454-Fix-undefined-reference-to-__sync_fetch_and_.patch:
       released upstream in 4.2
     + drop add-mips-support.patch: released upstream in 5.0.0
     + drop pthread_setname_np.patch: This was a Debian specific issue which is
       being worked around in eglibc's commit r5460.
   * Add "support for mips64": merged upstream (Closes: #750807)
   * Build with dh-autoreconf to avoid build time issues with Automake 1.13
     which is not in Debian yet.
 trafficserver (4.1.2-1.2) unstable; urgency=medium
   * Non-maintainer upload.
   * Add missing prototype for pthread_setname_np()
     Add pthread_setname_np.patch
     Patch by Petr Salinger
     Closes: #743584
 trafficserver (4.1.2-1.1) unstable; urgency=medium
   * Non-maintainer upload.
   * Fix undefined reference to `__sync_fetch_and_sub_8' on ARM 32bit
     Add 0001-TS-2454-Fix-undefined-reference-to-__sync_fetch_and_.patch
     from https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/TS-2454
     Patch by Yunkai Zhang
   * Add support for MIPS
     Add add-mips-support.patch
     Submitted: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/TS-2687
     Merged: https://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf?p=trafficserver.git;h=2f81790
     Patch by Dejan Latinovic
     Closes: 743395
   * Build-depend on libboost-dev
     Patch by Dejan Latinovic
     Closes: #737510
 trafficserver (4.1.2-1) unstable; urgency=medium
   * Merge the experimental branch of trafficserver to unstable
   * New upstram release (Closes: #711530, #733377)
     + Refresh 0001-TS-1821.patch until it is fixed upstream
     + Don't run autoreconf anymore, we do not need it anymore
     + build depend on libaio-dev to support AIO on Linux systems
   * Push standards version
 trafficserver (3.3.2-1) experimental; urgency=low
   [ Arno Töll ]
   * Drop --with-arg-max from configure
   * Update changelog in view of the new upstream version
   [ Aron Xu ]
   * Imported Upstream version 3.3.2
   * Drop patch for enabling experimental plugins
   * Add liblua5.1-dev and liboost1.53-dev to B-D
   * Try on all archs for experimental builds
   * Permit parallel building
   * Fix typo in dep5 copyright file
   * Do not install staticly linked library
   * Enable Linux native AIO support for linux-any
   * Enable reclaimable freelist
 trafficserver (3.3.0+git20121208-0exp1) experimental; urgency=low
   * Upstream git snapshot.
   * Enable most of experimental plugins, install related libraries.
   * Run dh_autoreconf.
   * Make dh_auto_test errors non-fatal.
 trafficserver (3.3.0-1) experimental; urgency=low
   * Upload upstream development release to experimental.
 trafficserver (3.2.5-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream release
     + Fix FTBFS on ARM (Closes: #691179)
     + Fix FTBS with gcc 4.8 (Closes: #701427)
   * Promote trafficserver to depend for trafficserver-dev to fix a broken
     library symlink. The library is not required for all users, but those who
     need it don't need to install it manually anymore (Closes: #715134)
 trafficserver (3.2.4-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream release
     + Delete upstream's .gitignore file in our source tree
   * Switch packaging repository to Git.
     + Add gbp.conf file for those using git-buildpackage
   * Fix "Upgrade fails if purging of cache fails" by not dying in a fire when
     the postinst fails to purge the cache (Closes: #687698)
   * Drop --with-arg-max from ./configure, it's not needed anymore.
 trafficserver (3.2.0-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream release
     + If you are using SSL or HTTP filtering, please update your configuration.
       proxy.config.http.quick_filter.mask  and
       proxy.config.ssl.server.cert.filename is not recognized anymore. Please
       use ip_allow.config and ssl_multicert.config respectively instead.
       There is no automated migration for this in Debian, as this affects your
       site-specific configuration files.
     + See https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/TS/Upgrading+to+3.2 for
       full upgrade instructions.
   * Upstream decided to ship more plug-ins with the trafficserver core
     distribution. These are all bundled into the main package now. Therefore,
     the trafficserver-plugin-conf-remap package is not provided anymore.
   * Update the default configuration file to ship with more moderate values
     for the log configuration.
   * Now do start ATS by default for fresh installations. The default
     out-of-the box configuration is much more secure than past defaults.
   * Purge the host and data cache on upgrades
   * Let's welcome Aron Xu to the Uploaders of Trafficserver. Hi Aron! :)
 trafficserver (3.0.5-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream release.
   * No kudos for the previous hostile NMU, but include the changelog to denote
     this upload does not introduce a regression.
   * Update my maintainer address
   * Make the init script look much better when using fancy outputs.
   * Fix "status" output of the init script
   * Remove "DM-Upload-Allowed". I don't need that flag anymore.
 trafficserver (3.0.4-1.1) unstable; urgency=low
    * Non maintainer upload
    * Fix build failure with GCC 4.7. Closes: #667396.
 trafficserver (3.0.4-1) unstable; urgency=high
   * New upstream release
     + Fix CVE-2012-0256: A request with a very large Host header caused ATS to
   * Setting urgency to high because of security updates
   * Push standards to 3.9.3 - no further changes
   * Stilistic adaptions in debian/copyright, but not content changes
   * Remove cluster interface warning from README.Configuration. ATS now binds on
     lo by default
 trafficserver (3.0.2-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream release
     + Includes former Debian specific patch which makes sure the upstream
       configure script does not override any -O flags passed by the user
   * Adapt to dpkg 1.16.1 API changes regarding build flags. This enables
     hardening build flags. This means, trafficserver is now being built with
     -fstack-protector and other security related build flags.
   * Add dpkg-dev (>= 1.16.1~) to build-depends to make sure our buildflags are
     properly supported. That's guaranteed for Testing, but might be helpful to
     know for backporters.
   * Fix several issues in the DEP-5 syntax. Unfortunately there is no way to
     express that a file is subject to different license agreements so far.
   * Do not install the upstream changelog twice anymore
   * Finally run regression checks again, now as build failures are sorted out.
 trafficserver (3.0.1-2) unstable; urgency=low
   * Fix "please add armhf to the arch list" - add armhf to the list of supported
     architectures. Thanks Konstantinos Margaritis for the hint (Closes: #636338)
   * Remove IA64 from the list of supported architectures. The upgrade to the gcc
     4.6 toolchain disclosed portability issues with it, which caused the resul-
     ting binary package to produce no-op code in some functions.
 trafficserver (3.0.1-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream release. Fixes several important issues which caused
     `traffic_cop' and `traffic_server' to crash.
   * Fix "FTBFS with ld --as-needed" re-order libraries upon linkage, patch
     committed upstream. Thanks Ilya Barygin (Closes: #632546)
   * Fix "trafficserver: Getting rid of unneeded *.la / emptying
     dependency_libs", remove *.la files from the installation target completely
     (Closes: #633192)
   * Set "DM-Upload-Allowed: yes" in agreement with Asheesh Laroia
 trafficserver (3.0.0-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream release. Major changes (since 2.1.9):
     + `traffic_server' won't crash anymore when using non-existent plugin in
       remap rule
     + Don't cache HTTP 401, 303 and 407 error responses anymore, when negative
       caching is enabled.
   * Re-enable kfreebsd support, it was accidentally not available in
     2.1.9-unstable-1 because of non installable dependencies, as libcap-dev is
     installable (and required) on Linux only
   * debian/rules:
     + Simplify dh_auto_configure flags (upstream incorporated our build layout)
     + Enable WCCP (Web Cache Communication Protocol; Linux only)
   * debian/control:
     + Add flex and bison to build dependencies, both are required for WCCP
       (Linux only)
 trafficserver (2.1.9-unstable-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream release. Major features (since 2.1.8):
     + Bring back support for $DESTDIR and "make check" which makes Debian
       patches obsolete
     + Allow larger working sets than 512G
     + Disable cluster autodiscovery when cluster mode is disabled
     + Cleanup `records.config'
     + Disable SSLv2 by default
   * debian/control: Add build dependency to libcap-dev, because when running
     traffic_server standalone, it is unable to bind restricted ports otherwise
     (Upstream: TS-804)
   * debian/rules:
     + Remove override for dh_clean, but put options to debian/source/options
     + Remove DH_OPTIONS (unused anyway)
   * Source package: Minor change to improving package quality and usability
     (i.e. grammar, verbosity of comments)
   * Make the init script more robust
   * Base the origin of the package source on the untouched upstream tarball,
     instead of the versioned SVN branch.
   * Bring back IA64 support, this time actually working (upstream merged my
     patch TS-783)
   * Remove patch `build-quirks.patch'. Changes have been committed upstream
     by now.
 trafficserver (2.1.8-unstable-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * New upstream release. Major features (since 2.1.5):
     + Many bug fixes (none reported in Debian's BTS)
     + Set source address for origin Servers
     + Major API changes for the SDK
     + Provide traffic_logstats
     + traffic_shell does not hang anymore on any command
   * Fix "FTBFS on architectures not supported upstream": (Closes: #622800)
     + Don't execute regression checks for now (fixes x86)
     + Upstream merges a Debian patch originally for 2.1.7 which enables
       kFreeBSD support (originally provided by myself)
     + Restrict Architectures (drop S390, IA64, MIPS[EL], PPC, SPARC)
   * Remove ts-ui-disable-conf.patch (applied upstream)
   * Update `build-quirks.patch' to make TS handle $DESTDIR correctly
     (upstream: TS-759)
   * Remove .deps from SDK binary package examples (they were incidentally
     included before).
   * Fix permissions for /var/cache/trafficserver in postinst
   * Bump standards to 3.9.2, depend on debhelper 8.0, adapt VCS links
   * Simplify debian/rules
 trafficserver (2.1.5-unstable-1) unstable; urgency=low
   * Initial release (Closes: #609285)
   * Added some configuration and informational hints
   * New upstream release. Major features:
     + Better AMD64 support
     + Override configuration per transaction
     + IPv6
     + Support ARM architectures
     + SDK-API changes
   * Differences to upstream version:
     + Ship some documentation. Well, really a few hints
     + Split source into three packages (core, plug-in, SDK)
     + Ship our own init script
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