Release: Amazon CloudFront on 2009-05-07
Updates for access logs and a new API version (2009-04-02).
||With the new API version (2009-04-02), Amazon CloudFront gives you the option to get access logs that contain information about each end user request for your content. For complete details, go to Access Logs in the Amazon CloudFront Developer Guide.
|New API Version
||With this release, Amazon CloudFront has a new API version (2009-04-02) for the control API. The schema is at https://cloudfront.amazonaws.com/doc/2009-04-02/AmazonCloudFrontCommon.xsd. This new version is backward compatible with the previous version (2008-06-30). If you want to take advantage of the new access logging feature, you must upgrade to the 2009-04-02 version.
|Encoding of URL in access logs
|| The URL field of access log entries contains the URL of the
request in URL-encoded form. However, this field has been erroneously
URL-encoded an extra time (it's double URL-encoded).
|Range GET objects not cached
||If an end user sends a byte-range GET request for an object that isn't cached in the edge location, Amazon CloudFront fetches only the specified range from the origin and then serves the request. It doesn't cache either the range or the object.|