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- Users observed CPU saturation in event of large concurrent disconnections.
The threads handling connection closures are now high priority threads but will "intelligently" yield their time slice allowing CPU resources to other threads.
- Users reported abnormal termination of socket.
This was traced to a faulty logic in handling unexpected socket disconnection while receiving headers from the peer connection.
The fix now handles the connection disruption gracefully, and also quickly.
- Users discovered the feature of specifying IP address for outbound connections was broken.
This was traced to an inadvertent bypass of the routine that performed the lookup of the Interface subsection of the Network Section.
This has been fixed and the relevant logging operation has been optimized for performance.
New Users? Getting_Started
Download SafeSquid ISO to create your appliance.
Download safesquid-2019.1022.1338.3-swg-standard.tar.gz tarball for up-gradation or If you already have Linux 14.04 machine.