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rsyslog error 10

invalid number (format?) A configuration statement expected an integer number as its argument. However, the number was not well-formed. The configuration statement in question was ignored. Note that only digits are permitted inside number. For example “1,000” needs to be written as “1000” (this may change in future releases).

Recipe: Apache Logs + rsyslog (parsing) + Elasticsearch

Original post: Recipe: Apache Logs + rsyslog (parsing) + Elasticsearch by @Sematext This recipe is about tailing Apache HTTPD logs with rsyslog, parsing them into structured JSON documents, and forwarding them to Elasticsearch (or a log analytics SaaS, like Logsene, which exposes the Elasticsearch API). Having them indexed in a structured way will allow you […]

Change Log

————————————————————————— Version 8.1.6 [devel] 2014-01-20 – omfile: permit to set global defaults for action parameters Thanks to Nathan Brown for the patch. See also: https://github.com/rsyslog/rsyslog/pull/23 – add capability to escape control characters in the C way of doing it adds new global parameter “parser.escapeControlCharactersCStyle” Thanks to Nathan Brown for the patch. See also: https://github.com/rsyslog/rsyslog/pull/13 – […]

Using TLS with RELP

In this guide, we want to describe how to setup rsyslog with a RELP connection which is to be secured with TLS. For this guide you need at least rsyslog 7.5.1 and librelp 1.1.3 as well as gnutls 2.10.0 or above. These need to be installed on the server as well on the clients. The […]

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