rsyslog status page
This page reflects the status as of 2013-12-10.
v6 stable: 6.6.0 [2012-10-22] – change log – download
v5 stable: 5.10.1 [2012-10-17] – change log – download
v4 stable: 4.8.0 [2011-09-07] – change log – download
v3 stable: 3.22.3 [2010-11-24] – change log – download
v2 stable: 2.0.7 [2009-04-14] – change log – download
v0 to v6 are deprecated and no longer supported. If you want to use one of these versions anyway and need support, you may consider purchasing a rsyslog support package. Just let us point out that it is really not a good idea to still run a v0 version.
The project officially supports the head versions of all supported branches (as of the rsyslog status page). For some detailed info about supported versions please read this blog post on Rainer’s Blog.
Thankfully, a number of folks have begin to build packages and help port rsyslog to other platforms. As such, the platform list is now maintained inside the rsyslog wiki. Platform maintainers perhaps have posted extra information there. If you do platform-specific work, feel free to add information to the wiki.
Rsyslog is the default syslogd on almost all modern Linuxes. It is also available under BSD and Sun Solaris.
Currently supported features are listed on the rsyslog features page.
- The rsyslog home page is www.rsyslog.com.
- Mailing list info can be found at http://lists.adiscon.com/rsyslog.
- The change log can be found at http://www.rsyslog.com/Topic4.phtml.
- Online documentation is available at http://www.rsyslog.com/doc.
- You may also find Rainer’s blog an interesting read.