This is the new v6-beta, which includes the full v6-subset of the new config language as well as somewhat improved support for lumberjack/CEE. This version concludes development efforts for v6. Note that it is recommended to use v7 if you do not have any special need for v6. ChangeLog: http://www.rsyslog.com/changelog-for-6-5-1-v6-beta/ Download: http://www.rsyslog.com/rsyslog-6-5-1-beta/ As always, feedback […]
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). […]
This release kicks off rsyslog v7. Version 7.1.0 is very similar to v6-devel, except that it contains the important capability to work with hierarchical properties. Note that this version does not yet contain the new ruleengine work – this will be part of the next v7 release. This release is primarily intended for those interested […]
Version 7.1.0 [devel] 2012-09-06 added support for hierarchical properties (CEE/lumberjack) added pure JSON output plugin parameter passing mode ommongodb now supports templates bugfix: imtcp could abort on exit due to invalid free() imported bugfixes from 6.4.1
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 […]
The Rsyslog Windows Agent comes with support for the new CEE enhanced format out of the box. It is designed to work flawlessly with all components from the Adiscon product lines and other CEE enhanced-enabled products. And it is one of the first products to support the Project Lumberjack at all. If you do not […]
In this (~5 minutes) Video Rainer Gerhards describes what cee-enhanced syslog actually is and how it works. This format will probably become very important in the future.