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 […]

Changelog for 8.2.0 (v8-stable)

Version 8.2.0 [v8-stable] 2014-04-02 This starts a new stable branch based on 8.1.6 plus the following changes: we now use doc from the rsyslog-doc project As such, the ./doc subtree has been removed. Instead, a cache of the rsyslog-doc project’s files has been included in ./rsyslog-doc.tar.gz. Note that the exact distribution mode for the doc […]

rsyslog 7.6.3 (v7-stable) released

This release offers a couple of bug-fixes and also supports better interaction with librelp 1.2.5, which in turn supports anonymous TLS on platforms like CENTOS/RHEL 6 where GnuTLS is too old and RELP TLS was completely disable previously. ChangeLog: Download: As always, feedback is appreciated. Best regards, Florian Riedl

Changelog for 7.6.3 (v7-stable)

Version 7.6.3 [v7.6-stable] 2014-03-27 add capability to override GnuTLS path in build process Thanks to Clayton Shotwell for the patch support for librelp 1.2.5 Support new return states of librelp 1.2.5 to emit better error messages. For obvious reasons, librelp 1.2.5 is now required. bugfix: ompipe used invalid default template This is a regression from […]

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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