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Old 12th April 2011
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Default nginx HTTP server reaches version 1.0.0

From http://www.h-online.com/open/news/it...0-1226531.html

The nginx HTTP server, reverse proxy server and IMAP/POP3 mail proxy server has reached version 1.0.0 after nine years of development. Written by Igor Sysoev, originally to serve the web site hosting needs of the Russian search engine Rambler, where Sysoev works.

nginx was first released to the public in October 2004. According to the most recent Netcraft survey, it is now the fourth most widely used server on active sites. Among nginx's features are support for SSL and TLS, name-based and IP-based virtual servers, pipelined and keep-alive connections, on the fly reconfiguration, FLV streaming, connection throttling on a per address basis and embedded Perl.
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