OpenLiteSpeed v1.4.51 Now Available

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Announcing:
OpenLiteSpeed v1.4.51

In this release: Core, cache module and mod_security-ls module updates, bug fixes, and more!

RELEASE LOG:
Core
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[New Feature] Added support for 'LS_STDERR_LOG' environment variable to set up the stderr log file for started processes.
[Update] lsphp 73 is now used on Linux platforms.
[Update] Disable TLSv1.0 by default for SSL.
[Bug Fix] Fixed permission issues with `autoupdate/` and `tmp/` directories.
[Bug Fix] Fixed a bug that caused excessive buffering for HTTP/2 connections.
[Bug Fix] Fix Context level external redirects causing errors.
[Bug Fix] Fixed a network throttling bug that prevented paused SSL connections from being resumed.
[Bug Fix] Fixed debug log toggle not working.
[Bug Fix] Fixed PHP memory limit being unable to be set higher than 2GB.
[Bug Fix] Fixed stream traffic counter not being reset for new connections.
[Bug Fix] Fix Accept-Encoding header being case sensitive.
[Bug Fix] Fixed "No request delivery notification has been received from LSAPI application …" error being logged when a background process' running time is larger than 10 seconds.
[Bug Fix] Fixed a bug causing a "[modcompress] AddHooks failed" error.

Cache Module
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[New Feature] Added stale purge support. With this feature, only the first visitor to a stale cache page will hit the backend with subsequent visitors getting served the stale cache copy until the page has finished being re-cached by the first request.
[Bug Fix] Fixed a cache module and mod_security-ls conflict that could cause a crash.
[Bug Fix] Fixed a rare crash that occurred when failing to create a new cache entry.

mod_security-ls Module
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[Update] Update mod_security-ls to always go through reqbody and respBody phases.
[Bug Fix] Fixed a cache module and mod_security-ls conflict that could cause a crash.
[Bug Fix] Fix some mod_security-ls compilation issues.

https://openlitespeed.org/release-log/

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