Apache Updates HTTP Server to 2.2.11
From the "some technologies never die" files:
The open source Apache Foundation is updating the newest iteration of its HTTP Web server to Apache HTTP Server 2.2.11. The update is a bug and stability fix and (so far at least) does not include any reported vulnerabilities or vuln fixes. The actual changes list details what looks to me to be a whole lot of tweaks - the only thing that really stood out for me personally is an update to the LogFormat parameter.
Add new LogFormat parameter, %k, which logs the number of keepalive requests on this connection for this request.
This could help out in a number of ways for those that use Apache logs - specifically with open AJAX and XHR type of requests.
Apache across all its versions remains the most widely deployed web server according to Netcraft. As of November 2008 , nearly 93 million websites globally were hosted on an Apache Web Server.