Unit 1.6 release

Naeem Khan nk804079 at gmail.com
Fri Nov 16 12:00:06 UTC 2018


On Fri, Nov 16, 2018, 4:39 PM Nabil Abdulla <nabilabdulla40 at gmail.com>

> Greetings Mr. Sylvanus Ogar,
> I must thank you for giving me the audience to explain this important
> issue to you. I have been
> in search of someone from your country with the same surname as yours, who
> is capable of handling
> this transaction, so when I came across your profile online and saw your
> surname, I was pushed to
> contact you and see how best we can assist each other, as I believe you
> are the right choice for
> this transaction.  I am Nabil Abdulla, a Bank Officer here in U. A. E. I
> believe it is a great
> opportunity for me to share this vital information to you today, which I
> know will interest you,
> as you are going to benefit from it.
> One Late Michael Ogar, a citizen of your country had a fixed deposit with
> my bank in 2009 for
> 60 calendar months, valued at US$26,700,000.00 (Twenty Six Million, Seven
> Hundred Thousand US
> Dollars) the due date for this deposit contract was 22nd of March 2014.
> Sadly Michael was among the
> death victims in Earthquake disaster that occurred in the off coast of
> central Chile on Saturday, 27
> February  2010 that killed over 800 people.  He was in Chile on a business
> trip and that was how he met
> his end. My bank management is yet to know about his death, I knew about
> it because he was my friend
> and I am his account officer. Michael did not mention any Next of Kin/
> Heir when the account was opened,
> and he was not married and no children.  Last week my Bank Management
> requested that Michael should
> give instructions on what to do about his funds, if to renew the
> contract.  I know this will happen and that
> is why I have been looking for a means to handle the situation, because if
> my Bank Directors happen to
> know that Michael is dead and do not have any Heir, they will take the
> funds for their personal use, so
> I don't want such to happen.  That was why when I saw your last name, I
> was happy and I am now seeking
> your co-operation to present you as Next of Kin/ Heir to the account,
> since you have the same last name
> with him and my bank head quarters will release the account to you. There
> is no risk involved; this
> transaction will be executed under a legitimate arrangement that will
> protect you from any breach of law.
> It is better that we claim the money, than allowing the Bank Directors to
> take it, they are rich already.
> I am not a greedy person, so I am suggesting we share the funds equal,
> 50/50% to both parties, my share
> will assist me to start my own company which has been my dream.
> Let me know your mind on this and please do treat this information as TOP
> SECRET. We shall go over the
> details once I receive your urgent response.
> Anticipating your communication.
> Nabil Abdulla.
> On Fri, Nov 16, 2018 at 4:01 AM Sylvanus Ogar <ogarsylvanus73 at gmail.com>
> wrote:
>> Pls I sent d email to u, if u got it?
>> On Nov 15, 2018 15:33, "Valentin V. Bartenev" <vbart at nginx.com> wrote:
>>> Hello,
>>> I'm glad to announce a new release of NGINX Unit.
>>> This release primarily focuses on improvements in Node.js module
>>> compatibility;
>>> thanks to our vibrant community, we made great progress here.
>>> Please don't hesitate to report any problems to:
>>>  - Github: https://github.com/nginx/unit/issues
>>>  - Mailing list: https://mailman.nginx.org/mailman/listinfo/unit
>>> If you have installed the "unit-http" module from npm, then don't forget
>>> to
>>> update it besides Unit itself.
>>> Detailed instructions for Node.js installation can be found here:
>>>  - http://unit.nginx.org/installation/#node-js-package
>>> Changes with Unit 1.6                                            15 Nov
>>> 2018
>>>     *) Change: "make install" now installs Node.js module as well if it
>>> was
>>>        configured.
>>>     *) Feature: "--local" ./configure option to install Node.js module
>>>        locally.
>>>     *) Bugfix: Node.js module might have crashed due to broken reference
>>>        counting.
>>>     *) Bugfix: asynchronous operations in Node.js might not have worked.
>>>     *) Bugfix: various compatibility issues with Node.js applications.
>>>     *) Bugfix: "freed pointer is out of pool" alerts might have appeared
>>> in
>>>        log.
>>>     *) Bugfix: module discovery didn't work on 64-bit big-endian systems
>>>        like IBM/S390x.
>>>   wbr, Valentin V. Bartenev
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