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Tor released
« on: February 23, 2005, 10:44:16 AM »


Tor fixes an assert race at exit nodes when resolve requests fail, and cleans up a few other bugs. If your server has been crashing, you should upgrade. If it's still crashing, please let us know. :)

o Bugfixes on 0.0.9.x:
- Fix an assert race at exit nodes when resolve requests fail.
- Stop picking unverified dir mirrors--it only leads to misery.
- Patch from Dmitry Bely so Tor runs better as a service under
the win32 SYSTEM account. Service support is still not compiled
into the executable by default.
- Make tor-resolve actually work (?) on Win32.
- Fix a sign bug when getrlimit claims to have 4+ billion
file descriptors available.
- Stop refusing to start when bandwidthburst == bandwidthrate.
- When create cells have been on the onion queue more than five
seconds, just send back a destroy and take them off the list.