Posts Tagged ‘Fedora’

varnish-2.0.5 released, rpm packages updated

Tuesday, November 10th, 2009

Varnish is a state of the art high performance HTTP accelerator. varnish-2.0.5 was released yesterday.

I have submitted varnish-2.0.5 for Fedora and Fedora EPEL, and updates to the stable releases will be requested, so they will trickle down to the stable repos in a few weeks.

For RHEL and derivates, updates for both el4 and el5 are in the EPEL testing repo. For those who are too impatient to wait for stable, or want to participate in testing, you can update the package with yum:

rhel5# yum --enablerepo=epel-testing update varnish

… or download the package from RedHat:

Fedora packages are still pending for testing, but will be visible in a
few days, I guess. If you need packages for Fedora now, try

Bugs in the package can be reported in Red Hat’s Bugzilla: or to varnish-dist(a)

Varnish in EPEL – packages for Red Hat Enterprise Linux and clones

Monday, October 20th, 2008

I requested EPEL EL-4 and EL-5 tag and build for varnish on friday night. The packages will be included in the main EPEL repos at the next sync from testing, that is primo November. These packages are the same as we use in production, and should be quite ready for general usage. Packages are available at . There is a list of known bugs that will be fixed eventually in the 2.0 series at

Please report any problems as tickets in Trac at (you’ll to register and login to file tickets). Bugs reported by RedHat’s Bugzilla will end up the same place over time, but we would prefer our the local ticket system.