Nginx 1.3.14 for Windows (32-bit and 64-bit builds) are both available for free download now. All packages are built from the upstream development branch. Nginx (pronounced “engine x”) is a high performance web server, caching proxy and a Layer 7 load balancing solution. Millions of web sites on the Internet benefit from using Nginx because of its extreme performance, scalability, reliability, flexibility and security.
On 2013-03-05, the development version of Nginx, 1.3.14 was made available to the public at nginx.org. The upstream changelog is listed below:
Changes with nginx 1.3.14 – 05 Mar 2013
- ) Feature: $connections_active, $connections_reading, and $connections_writing variables in the ngx_http_stub_status_module.
- ) Feature: support of WebSocket connections in the ngx_http_uwsgi_module and ngx_http_scgi_module.
- ) Bugfix: in virtual servers handling with SNI.
- ) Bugfix: new sessions were not always stored if the “ssl_session_cache shared” directive was used and there was no free space in shared memory. Thanks to Piotr Sikora.
- ) Bugfix: multiple X-Forwarded-For headers were handled incorrectly. Thanks to Neal Poole for sponsoring this work.
- ) Bugfix: in the ngx_http_mp4_module. Thanks to Gernot Vormayr.
These Windows setup files are provided to support legacy users who still use the Cygwin based builds. Official native Windows builds are available and supported at nginx.org. No support is offered or implied. Use at your own risk.
If you are new to Nginx on Windows, please download and use the native Windows builds which are fully supported and available for free download at nginx.org.
The Frequently Asked Questions section may help answer any of your questions, but please feel free to ask other questions or or leave a comment below. Thank you.
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