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rsyslog 8.2.0 (v8-stable) released

This is the first release of the greatly improved version 8 of rsyslog. Large parts of the core engine have been rewritten in order to support even greater performance and newly things like global variable support in RainerScript. The new engine is the foundation for the next couple of years of rsyslog technology. As another […]

7.4.0 – the new stable

new rsyslog 7.4.0 stable released We just released rsyslog 7.4.0, a new stable release which replaces the 7.2 branch. After nine month of hard work, there are many exciting enhancements compared to 7.2, and I thought I give you a quick rundown of the more important new features. Note that while I list some “minor […]

Main Advantages of rsyslog v7 vs. v5

Why rsyslog V7: greatly improved configuration language – the new language is much more intuitive than the legacy format. It will also prevent some typical mistakes simply by not permitting these invalid constructs. Note that legacy format is still fully supported (and you can of course do the same mistakes if you use legacy format). […]

Rsyslog Windows Agent Released

The rsyslog Windows agent enables customers to integrate Windows Event Logs into their central rsyslog-based logging system. Even more, it supports acting as a syslog relay as well. This enables small branch offices only runnig Windows to provide local syslog sources to the central server as well. We have released the first full-featured version of […]

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