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[ANN] Lasso 9.1.4 released... and unveiling of whats next...

Rachel Guthrie
Lasso 9.1.4 now available for download!
-------------------------------------------------------

We are excited to bring you the latest Lasso 9.1.4 for several reasons:

One of these reasons is that - during vigorous use we had found an inherent limitation between FastCGI and Apache that was impeding uploads and some post requests. So, we've gone and innovated our own mod_lasso9 module to connect to apache.  This removes the inherent limit as well as having improved the raw connection handling speed with internal testing showing 2.5x improvement.

The new mod_lasso9 module has the additional benefit of still talking FastCGI - so it still works with other modules - and it no longer gets tangled with Plesk, CPanel and others that use special fastCGI implementations.

End result. Faster uploads and less chance of server config conflicts.

Please note This change to the FastCGI module requires careful attention when upgrading. Please follow the instructions and you will be reaping the benefits in a very short time. Notes regarding apache configuration changes from the former mod_FastCGI to the new mod_lasso9 will follow shortly.


Other changes and improvements
----------------------------------------------

There's at least 30 documented changes and improvements, including compatibility changes and some general fixes. Lasso 9.1 is being well proven in high pressure high performance settings, driving continual fine-tuning and innovation.

The full list of changes are noted here http://www.lassosoft.com/Lasso-9-Change-Notes
The download and svn details are accessible here http://www.lassosoft.com/Lasso-Server-9-Download
And, of course, you can buy a new license here http://www.lassosoft.com/Lasso-9
Or, upgrade your existing licenses here http://www.lassosoft.com/login


What's next?
------------------

According to our Roadmap, we're moving to the next thing. Lasso 9 for WINDOWS.
Yes, it's be a long time getting started, but we are already underway!

Start your upgrade preparation now to be ready to take advantage of Lasso 9 for Windows as soon as it's released.



Rachel Guthrie
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RE: [ANN] Lasso 9.1.4 released... and unveiling of whats next...

Daniel Logue
Sounds awesome - very excited for the Windows version!

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Subject: [ANN] Lasso 9.1.4 released... and unveiling of whats next...

Lasso 9.1.4 now available for download!
-------------------------------------------------------

We are excited to bring you the latest Lasso 9.1.4 for several reasons:

One of these reasons is that - during vigorous use we had found an
inherent limitation between FastCGI and Apache that was impeding uploads
and some post requests. So, we've gone and innovated our own mod_lasso9
module to connect to apache.  This removes the inherent limit as well as
having improved the raw connection handling speed with internal testing
showing 2.5x improvement.

The new mod_lasso9 module has the additional benefit of still talking
FastCGI - so it still works with other modules - and it no longer gets
tangled with Plesk, CPanel and others that use special fastCGI
implementations.

End result. Faster uploads and less chance of server config conflicts.

Please note This change to the FastCGI module requires careful attention
when upgrading. Please follow the instructions and you will be reaping
the benefits in a very short time. Notes regarding apache configuration
changes from the former mod_FastCGI to the new mod_lasso9 will follow
shortly.


Other changes and improvements
----------------------------------------------

There's at least 30 documented changes and improvements, including
compatibility changes and some general fixes. Lasso 9.1 is being well
proven in high pressure high performance settings, driving continual
fine-tuning and innovation.

The full list of changes are noted here
http://www.lassosoft.com/Lasso-9-Change-Notes
The download and svn details are accessible here
http://www.lassosoft.com/Lasso-Server-9-Download
And, of course, you can buy a new license here
http://www.lassosoft.com/Lasso-9
Or, upgrade your existing licenses here http://www.lassosoft.com/login


What's next?
------------------

According to our Roadmap, we're moving to the next thing. Lasso 9 for
WINDOWS.
Yes, it's be a long time getting started, but we are already underway!

Start your upgrade preparation now to be ready to take advantage of
Lasso 9 for Windows as soon as it's released.



Rachel Guthrie
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Re: [ANN] Lasso 9.1.4 released... and unveiling of whats next...

Mark Levin
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Just want to confirm that support for the former FastCGI module, which allows Lasso to integrate with web servers other than just Apache, is still available?

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Re: [ANN] Lasso 9.1.4 released... and unveiling of whats next...

Bil Corry-3
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Rachel Guthrie wrote on 10/27/2011 7:38 PM:
> According to our Roadmap, we're moving to the next thing. Lasso 9 for WINDOWS.
> Yes, it's be a long time getting started, but we are already underway!

That's great news, thanks!

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Re: [ANN] Lasso 9.1.4 released... and unveiling of whats next...

Kyle Jessup-2
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On Oct 28, 2011, at 10:45 PM, Mark Levin wrote:

> Just want to confirm that support for the former FastCGI module, which allows
> Lasso to integrate with web servers other than just Apache, is still
> available?

That is correct. Other FastCGI modules continue to work the same.

The new mod_lasso9 speaks FastCGI, but with a few extensions that only Lasso 9 will understand (and only to improve file upload speed).
-Kyle

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Re: [ANN] Lasso 9.1.4 released... and unveiling of whats next...

John May-2
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I don't see any documentation on how to upgrade a 9.1.3 OS X
installation to 9.1.4.  Ideas?

        - John


On 10/27/11 10:38 PM, Rachel Guthrie wrote:

> Lasso 9.1.4 now available for download!
> -------------------------------------------------------
>
> We are excited to bring you the latest Lasso 9.1.4 for several
> reasons:
>
> One of these reasons is that - during vigorous use we had found an
> inherent limitation between FastCGI and Apache that was impeding
> uploads and some post requests. So, we've gone and innovated our own
> mod_lasso9 module to connect to apache.  This removes the inherent
> limit as well as having improved the raw connection handling speed
> with internal testing showing 2.5x improvement.
>
> The new mod_lasso9 module has the additional benefit of still talking
> FastCGI - so it still works with other modules - and it no longer
> gets tangled with Plesk, CPanel and others that use special fastCGI
> implementations.
>
> End result. Faster uploads and less chance of server config
> conflicts.
>
> Please note This change to the FastCGI module requires careful
> attention when upgrading. Please follow the instructions and you will
> be reaping the benefits in a very short time. Notes regarding apache
> configuration changes from the former mod_FastCGI to the new
> mod_lasso9 will follow shortly.
>
>
> Other changes and improvements
> ----------------------------------------------
>
> There's at least 30 documented changes and improvements, including
> compatibility changes and some general fixes. Lasso 9.1 is being well
> proven in high pressure high performance settings, driving continual
> fine-tuning and innovation.
>
> The full list of changes are noted here
> http://www.lassosoft.com/Lasso-9-Change-Notes The download and svn
> details are accessible here
> http://www.lassosoft.com/Lasso-Server-9-Download And, of course, you
> can buy a new license here http://www.lassosoft.com/Lasso-9 Or,
> upgrade your existing licenses here http://www.lassosoft.com/login
>
>
> What's next? ------------------
>
> According to our Roadmap, we're moving to the next thing. Lasso 9 for
> WINDOWS. Yes, it's be a long time getting started, but we are already
> underway!
>
> Start your upgrade preparation now to be ready to take advantage of
> Lasso 9 for Windows as soon as it's released.
>
>
>
> Rachel Guthrie Operations Manager http://LassoSoft.com
> [hidden email]
>


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Re: [ANN] Lasso 9.1.4 released... and unveiling of whats next...

Jonathan Guthrie-3
Sorry John, been out of action sick for a few days, so I dropped the ball on that one.
Plan to finish the article on the Apache config differences today.

However if you have not made any specific Apache config changes the upgrade should be fine.
It replaces the lass9.conf file with the mod_lasso9.conf file and it should operate seamlessly in it's place.

Was it specifically the Apache config changes you meant? Or the actual process of upgrading?



On 2011-10-31, at 11:55 AM, John May wrote:

> I don't see any documentation on how to upgrade a 9.1.3 OS X installation to 9.1.4.  Ideas?

Jono

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Re: [ANN] Lasso 9.1.4 released... and unveiling of whats next...

John May-2
The only Apache config change that was made was in lasso9.manager.conf
to disable the .lasso extension to allow Lasso 8 to run on the same
machine.  I don't see a lasso9.conf file?

        - John


On 10/31/11 12:09 PM, Jonathan Guthrie wrote:

> Sorry John, been out of action sick for a few days, so I dropped the
> ball on that one. Plan to finish the article on the Apache config
> differences today.
>
> However if you have not made any specific Apache config changes the
> upgrade should be fine. It replaces the lass9.conf file with the
> mod_lasso9.conf file and it should operate seamlessly in it's place.
>
> Was it specifically the Apache config changes you meant? Or the
> actual process of upgrading?
>
>
>
> On 2011-10-31, at 11:55 AM, John May wrote:
>
>> I don't see any documentation on how to upgrade a 9.1.3 OS X
>> installation to 9.1.4.  Ideas?
>
> Jono
>


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Re: [ANN] Lasso 9.1.4 released... and unveiling of whats next...

Jonathan Guthrie-3
Hi John,
The lasso9.manager.conf file should have been disabled by the installer.
It's replaced by mod_lasso9.conf.

The lasso9.manager.conf contained explicit refs to the FastCgi side of Lasso 9, which has since been superseded by mod_lasso9

I misspoke when I mentioned the lasso9.conf file, I must have been looking at my own custom config directory at the time.



On 2011-10-31, at 12:27 PM, John May wrote:

> The only Apache config change that was made was in lasso9.manager.conf to disable the .lasso extension to allow Lasso 8 to run on the same machine.  I don't see a lasso9.conf file?
>
> - John
>
>
> On 10/31/11 12:09 PM, Jonathan Guthrie wrote:
>> Sorry John, been out of action sick for a few days, so I dropped the
>> ball on that one. Plan to finish the article on the Apache config
>> differences today.
>>
>> However if you have not made any specific Apache config changes the
>> upgrade should be fine. It replaces the lass9.conf file with the
>> mod_lasso9.conf file and it should operate seamlessly in it's place.
>>
>> Was it specifically the Apache config changes you meant? Or the
>> actual process of upgrading?
>>
>>
>>
>> On 2011-10-31, at 11:55 AM, John May wrote:
>>
>>> I don't see any documentation on how to upgrade a 9.1.3 OS X
>>> installation to 9.1.4.  Ideas?
>>
>> Jono
>>
>
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Re: [ANN] Lasso 9.1.4 released... and unveiling of whats next...

John May-2
OK, I haven't run the 9.1.4 installer over the 9.1.3 install yet, just
feeling it out before I proceed.

Do I have to stop the Lasso service before doing so, or will the
installer take care of that?

Would I make the same change to the mod_lasso9.conf file to allow Lasso
8 to process .lasso (not .lasso9) files?

Thanks!

        - John


On 10/31/11 12:36 PM, Jonathan Guthrie wrote:

> Hi John, The lasso9.manager.conf file should have been disabled by
> the installer. It's replaced by mod_lasso9.conf.
>
> The lasso9.manager.conf contained explicit refs to the FastCgi side
> of Lasso 9, which has since been superseded by mod_lasso9
>
> I misspoke when I mentioned the lasso9.conf file, I must have been
> looking at my own custom config directory at the time.
>
>
>
> On 2011-10-31, at 12:27 PM, John May wrote:
>
>> The only Apache config change that was made was in
>> lasso9.manager.conf to disable the .lasso extension to allow Lasso
>> 8 to run on the same machine.  I don't see a lasso9.conf file?
>>
>> - John
>>
>>
>> On 10/31/11 12:09 PM, Jonathan Guthrie wrote:
>>> Sorry John, been out of action sick for a few days, so I dropped
>>> the ball on that one. Plan to finish the article on the Apache
>>> config differences today.
>>>
>>> However if you have not made any specific Apache config changes
>>> the upgrade should be fine. It replaces the lass9.conf file with
>>> the mod_lasso9.conf file and it should operate seamlessly in it's
>>> place.
>>>
>>> Was it specifically the Apache config changes you meant? Or the
>>> actual process of upgrading?
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> On 2011-10-31, at 11:55 AM, John May wrote:
>>>
>>>> I don't see any documentation on how to upgrade a 9.1.3 OS X
>>>> installation to 9.1.4.  Ideas?
>>>
>>> Jono
>>>


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Re: [ANN] Lasso 9.1.4 released... and unveiling of whats next...

Kyle Jessup-2

On Oct 31, 2011, at 12:48 PM, John May wrote:

> OK, I haven't run the 9.1.4 installer over the 9.1.3 install yet, just feeling it out before I proceed.
>
> Do I have to stop the Lasso service before doing so, or will the installer take care of that?

The installeer will take care of that and will get things running again when it's finished.

> Would I make the same change to the mod_lasso9.conf file to allow Lasso 8 to process .lasso (not .lasso9) files?

Yes. If you open up mod_lasso9.conf after installation you will see the following (on OS X, Linux is virtually the same). You'll notice where to change the extension at the bottom.

--
#
# This is the Apache 2 configuration file for Lasso 9
# Mac OS X 10.6/10.7
#

<IfModule !lasso9_module>
        LoadModule lasso9_module libexec/apache2/mod_lasso9.so
</IfModule>

# all LassoApps routed through here
<Location /lasso9>
        SetHandler lasso9-handler
        Order allow,deny
        Allow from all
</Location>

# instance manager administrative facilities can be disabled by commenting this out
<Location /lasso9/instancemanager>
        SetHandler lasso9-instancemanager
        Order allow,deny
        Allow from all
</Location>

AddHandler lasso9-handler .lasso
--


-Kyle

> Thanks!
>
> - John
>
>
> On 10/31/11 12:36 PM, Jonathan Guthrie wrote:
>> Hi John, The lasso9.manager.conf file should have been disabled by
>> the installer. It's replaced by mod_lasso9.conf.
>>
>> The lasso9.manager.conf contained explicit refs to the FastCgi side
>> of Lasso 9, which has since been superseded by mod_lasso9
>>
>> I misspoke when I mentioned the lasso9.conf file, I must have been
>> looking at my own custom config directory at the time.
>>
>>
>>
>> On 2011-10-31, at 12:27 PM, John May wrote:
>>
>>> The only Apache config change that was made was in
>>> lasso9.manager.conf to disable the .lasso extension to allow Lasso
>>> 8 to run on the same machine.  I don't see a lasso9.conf file?
>>>
>>> - John
>>>
>>>
>>> On 10/31/11 12:09 PM, Jonathan Guthrie wrote:
>>>> Sorry John, been out of action sick for a few days, so I dropped
>>>> the ball on that one. Plan to finish the article on the Apache
>>>> config differences today.
>>>>
>>>> However if you have not made any specific Apache config changes
>>>> the upgrade should be fine. It replaces the lass9.conf file with
>>>> the mod_lasso9.conf file and it should operate seamlessly in it's
>>>> place.
>>>>
>>>> Was it specifically the Apache config changes you meant? Or the
>>>> actual process of upgrading?
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> On 2011-10-31, at 11:55 AM, John May wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> I don't see any documentation on how to upgrade a 9.1.3 OS X
>>>>> installation to 9.1.4.  Ideas?
>>>>
>>>> Jono
>>>>
>
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Re: [ANN] Lasso 9.1.4 released... and unveiling of whats next...

John May-2
Excellent - thanks for the fast help Jono + Kyle!

        - John


On 10/31/11 12:59 PM, Kyle Jessup wrote:

>
> On Oct 31, 2011, at 12:48 PM, John May wrote:
>
>> OK, I haven't run the 9.1.4 installer over the 9.1.3 install yet,
>> just feeling it out before I proceed.
>>
>> Do I have to stop the Lasso service before doing so, or will the
>> installer take care of that?
>
> The installeer will take care of that and will get things running
> again when it's finished.
>
>> Would I make the same change to the mod_lasso9.conf file to allow
>> Lasso 8 to process .lasso (not .lasso9) files?
>
> Yes. If you open up mod_lasso9.conf after installation you will see
> the following (on OS X, Linux is virtually the same). You'll notice
> where to change the extension at the bottom.
>
> -- # # This is the Apache 2 configuration file for Lasso 9 # Mac OS X
> 10.6/10.7 #
>
> <IfModule !lasso9_module> LoadModule lasso9_module
> libexec/apache2/mod_lasso9.so </IfModule>
>
> # all LassoApps routed through here <Location /lasso9> SetHandler
> lasso9-handler Order allow,deny Allow from all </Location>
>
> # instance manager administrative facilities can be disabled by
> commenting this out <Location /lasso9/instancemanager> SetHandler
> lasso9-instancemanager Order allow,deny Allow from all </Location>
>
> AddHandler lasso9-handler .lasso --
>
>
> -Kyle
>
>> Thanks!
>>
>> - John
>>
>>
>> On 10/31/11 12:36 PM, Jonathan Guthrie wrote:
>>> Hi John, The lasso9.manager.conf file should have been disabled
>>> by the installer. It's replaced by mod_lasso9.conf.
>>>
>>> The lasso9.manager.conf contained explicit refs to the FastCgi
>>> side of Lasso 9, which has since been superseded by mod_lasso9
>>>
>>> I misspoke when I mentioned the lasso9.conf file, I must have
>>> been looking at my own custom config directory at the time.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> On 2011-10-31, at 12:27 PM, John May wrote:
>>>
>>>> The only Apache config change that was made was in
>>>> lasso9.manager.conf to disable the .lasso extension to allow
>>>> Lasso 8 to run on the same machine.  I don't see a lasso9.conf
>>>> file?
>>>>
>>>> - John
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> On 10/31/11 12:09 PM, Jonathan Guthrie wrote:
>>>>> Sorry John, been out of action sick for a few days, so I
>>>>> dropped the ball on that one. Plan to finish the article on
>>>>> the Apache config differences today.
>>>>>
>>>>> However if you have not made any specific Apache config
>>>>> changes the upgrade should be fine. It replaces the
>>>>> lass9.conf file with the mod_lasso9.conf file and it should
>>>>> operate seamlessly in it's place.
>>>>>
>>>>> Was it specifically the Apache config changes you meant? Or
>>>>> the actual process of upgrading?
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> On 2011-10-31, at 11:55 AM, John May wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>> I don't see any documentation on how to upgrade a 9.1.3 OS
>>>>>> X installation to 9.1.4.  Ideas?
>>>>>
>>>>> Jono
>>>>>


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Re: [ANN] Lasso 9.1.4 released... and unveiling of whats next...

John Morris-3
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I want to install lasso 9.1.4 sometime this week, but want to make sure that this is link is still the way to install it along side with 8.5.6

        http://www.lassosoft.com/Configure-Lasso-8-and-9-side-by-side

Are these instructions still valid for 9.1.4?

Thanks,
 - John Morris

On Oct 27, 2011, at 9:38 PM, Rachel Guthrie wrote:

> Lasso 9.1.4 now available for download!
> -------------------------------------------------------
>
> We are excited to bring you the latest Lasso 9.1.4 for several reasons:
>
> One of these reasons is that - during vigorous use we had found an inherent limitation between FastCGI and Apache that was impeding uploads and some post requests. So, we've gone and innovated our own mod_lasso9 module to connect to apache.  This removes the inherent limit as well as having improved the raw connection handling speed with internal testing showing 2.5x improvement.
>
> The new mod_lasso9 module has the additional benefit of still talking FastCGI - so it still works with other modules - and it no longer gets tangled with Plesk, CPanel and others that use special fastCGI implementations.
>
> End result. Faster uploads and less chance of server config conflicts.
>
> Please note This change to the FastCGI module requires careful attention when upgrading. Please follow the instructions and you will be reaping the benefits in a very short time. Notes regarding apache configuration changes from the former mod_FastCGI to the new mod_lasso9 will follow shortly.
>
>
> Other changes and improvements
> ----------------------------------------------
>
> There's at least 30 documented changes and improvements, including compatibility changes and some general fixes. Lasso 9.1 is being well proven in high pressure high performance settings, driving continual fine-tuning and innovation.
>
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Re: [ANN] Lasso 9.1.4 released... and unveiling of whats next...

Eric Knibbe
I can confirm that Lasso 8.5.6 and 9.1.4 still work fine together.
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On 2011-10-31, at 3:45 PM, John Morris wrote:

> I want to install lasso 9.1.4 sometime this week, but want to make sure that this is link is still the way to install it along side with 8.5.6
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> http://www.lassosoft.com/Configure-Lasso-8-and-9-side-by-side
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> Are these instructions still valid for 9.1.4?
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Re: [ANN] Lasso 9.1.4 released... and unveiling of whats next...

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Great.

I just did a dry run on a test machine here.
Stuff was in slightly different places than the article said because of running 10.6.8 Server.

I plan on doing it now on the real server this evening.

Thanks again.
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On Nov 2, 2011, at 9:42 AM, Eric Knibbe wrote:

> I can confirm that Lasso 8.5.6 and 9.1.4 still work fine together.
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> On 2011-10-31, at 3:45 PM, John Morris wrote:
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>> I want to install lasso 9.1.4 sometime this week, but want to make sure that this is link is still the way to install it along side with 8.5.6
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>> http://www.lassosoft.com/Configure-Lasso-8-and-9-side-by-side
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>> Are these instructions still valid for 9.1.4?

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