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rsyslog 7.3.12 (v7-devel) released

We have just released v 7.3.12 of the rsyslog development branch. This is a bugfixing release. It adresses several bugs for the solaris platform, omelasticsearch, a potential segfault in the guardtime signature provider and more. For more details review the changelog. ChangeLog: http://www.rsyslog.com/changelog-for-7-3-12-v7-devel/ Download: http://www.rsyslog.com/rsyslog-7-3-12-v7-devel/ As always, feedback is appreciated. Best regards, Florian Riedl

Changelog for 7.3.12 (v7-devel)

Version 7.3.12  [devel] 2013-04-25 added doc for omelasticsearch Thanks to Radu Gheorghe for the doc contribution. omelasticsearch: _id field support for bulk operations closes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=392 Thanks to Jérôme Renard for the idea and patches. max number of templates for plugin use has been increased to five platform compatibility enhancement: solve compile issue with libgcrypt do […]

Changelog for 7.3.10 (v7-devel)

Version 7.3.10 [devel] 2013-04-10 added RainerScript re_extract() function omrelp: added support for RainerScript-based configuration omrelp: added ability to specify session timeout templates now permit substring extraction relative to end-of-string bugfix: failover/action suspend did not work correctly This was experienced if the retry action took more than one second to complete. For suspending, a cached timestamp […]

Why does imuxsock not work on Solaris?

When configuring rsyslog on Solaris, you might not be able to use imuxsock. When starting rsyslog, the following message will appear if imuxsock is configured: rsyslogd: imuxsock does not run because we could not aquire any socket The reason is, that imuxsock can be used to monitor unix sockers, but it does not monitor the […]

rsyslog now available on Sun Solaris

Rsyslog has become the de-facto standard on modern Linux operating systems. It’s high-performance log processing, database integration, modularity and support for multiple logging protocols make it the sysadmin’s logging daemon of choice. The project was started in 2004 and has since then evolved rapidly. Starting with today, rsyslog is not only available on Linux and […]

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