Community Resources

You can also browse the following online resources:

And don’t forget about the rsyslog mailing list. If you are interested in the “backstage”, you may find Rainer’s blog an interesting read (filter on syslog and rsyslog tags). Or meet Rainer Gerhards at Facebook. If you would like to use rsyslog source code inside your open source project, you can do that without any restriction as long as your license is GPLv3 compatible. If your license is incompatible to GPLv3, you may even be still permitted to use rsyslog source code. However, then you need to look at the way rsyslog is licensed.

Feedback is always welcome, but if you have a support question, please do not mail Rainer directly (why not?) - use the rsyslog mailing list or github issue tracker instead.

See also

Help with configuring/using Rsyslog:

  • Mailing list - best route for general questions

  • GitHub: rsyslog source project - detailed questions, reporting issues that are believed to be bugs with Rsyslog

  • Stack Exchange (View, Ask) - experimental support from rsyslog community

See also

Contributing to Rsyslog:

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