[zorp] [Fwd: [tproxy] Test version released]

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  Almost six months has passed since the release of TProxy 1.2.0, and a
couple of problems were found in that release. Unfortunately, some of
those problems could not be fixed trivially, so that before releasing a
stable 1.2.1 version, extensive testing would be needed. This test
version is an up-to-date snapshot of the current code, with all known
important problems fixed:

* introduction of shared sockrefs for mark-only entries, this fixes the
"clashing entries" problem which occured in special cases of operation

* new method for maintaining the per-sockref related connections list,
now connections are added only at confirmation-time

* fix order of registration of hooks and the 'tproxy' table, when the
iptable_tproxy module was loaded on high traffic sites, it could oops

  Testing would be highly appreciated, especially since some of these
changes are not lightweight at all, and I can't be sure that they don't
break anything.

  This release is available on our website:


  MD5 checksum of cttproxy-2.4.25-

   Krisztian KOVACS

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