Author: Adiscon Support

rsyslog 8.24.0 (v8-stable) released

We have released rsyslog 8.24.0. This first release for 2017 brings a lot of changes. Most are detail enhancements for different modules. The biggest change is probably, that rsyslog now builds on the AIX platform.  Also 8.24.0 has two new message modification modules, which might be worth checking out. And a very useful addition is […]

RSyslog Windows Agent 4.0 Released

Adiscon is proud to announce the 4.0 release of RSyslog Windows Agent. RSyslog Windows Agent now fully supports Windows Server 2016 and is ready to be used in the most demanding environments. Also, the latest RELP subsystem is now supported. As another highlight, internationalization has been enhanced by even better support and automatic detection of […]

rsyslog 8.23.0 (v8-stable) released

We have released rsyslog 8.23.0. This release is packed with changes and enhancements. One of the most interesting might be the removal of the SHA2-224 hash algorithm for KSI signatures. This is considered insecure and is no longer supported by the KSI library. Also notable are the changes to imfile, omfile and omelasticsearch, among lots […]

rsyslog 8.22.0 (v8-stable) released

We have released rsyslog 8.22.0. This release is mostly for maintenance. It has a somewhat improved error output for config file syntax errors, a bugfix for omhiredis and general code cleanup and improvment. The only new function is the added template support for ompgsql. To get a full overview over the changes, please take a […]

RSyslog Windows Agent 3.3 Released

Adiscon is proud to announce the 3.3 release of RSyslog Windows Agent. This is a bugfixing release with minor feature update. Most importantly, the Adiscon SNMP MIB now supports messages sizes up to 64k (previous limit was 255 characters). The OpenSSL Library has been updated to 1.0.2h. Bugs were fixed primarily in RELP and syslog […]

rsyslog 8.21.0 (v8-stable) released

We have released rsyslog 8.21.0. This release is mostly for maintenance. There was a big change to how internal messages are handled. These are no longer logged via the internal bridge, but via the syslog() API call. For regular users, this should make not too much difference. Additionaly, the TLS syslog error messages have been […]

rsyslog 8.20.0 (v8-stable) released

We have released rsyslog 8.20.0. This release brings a few new additions and requirements. Omrelp now has a configurable connection timeout and pmrfc3164 has a new option to allow slashes in the hostname. Apart from that, there is quite a set of bugfixes. Please note, to use rsyslog 8.20.0 it is required to update librelp […]

libfastjson 0.99.3 released

We have released libfastjson 0.99.3. This is a new fork of the json-c library, which is optimized for liblognorm processing. The changes are mostly for cleanup purposes. Also some bug have been fixed, like a potential segfault issue, “make distcheck” not working and more. Changelog: 0.99.3 2016-07-11 – new dependency: autoconf-archive – exit() is no […]

rsyslog 8.19.0 (v8-stable) released

We have released rsyslog 8.19.0. This is mostly a bug-fixing release. Among the big number of fixes are a few additions to the testbench and some minor enhancements for several modules (like imrelp, omelasticsearch) to provide more convenience. To get a full overview over the changes, please take a look at the Changelog. ChangeLog: https://github.com/rsyslog/rsyslog/blob/v8-stable/ChangeLog […]

rsyslog 8.18.0 (v8-stable) released

We have released rsyslog 8.18.0. This is mostly a bug-fixing release. Among the big number of fixes are a few additions to the testbench and some minor enhancements for several modules (like redis, omkafka, imfile) to provide more convenience. To get a full overview over the changes, please take a look at the Changelog. ChangeLog: […]

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