The Varnish Cache project recently released varnish-4.1.3 and varnish-modules-0.9.1. Of course, we want updated rpms for Fedora and EPEL.
While there are official packages for el6 and el7, I tend to like to use my Fedora downstream package, also for EPEL. So I have pushed updates for Fedora, and updated copr builds for epel5, epel6, and epel7.
An update of the official supported bundle of varnish modules, varnish-modules-0.9.1, was also released a few weeks ago. I did recently wrap it for Fedora, and am waiting for its review in BZ #1324863. Packages for epel5, epel6, and epel7 are in copr as well.
Fedora updates for varnish-4.1.3 may be found at https://bodhi.fedoraproject.org/updates/?packages=varnish
The Copr repos for epel are here: https://copr.fedorainfracloud.org/coprs/ingvar/varnish41/
Test and reports are very welcome.
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