rsyslog 7.6.1 (v7-stable) released

This version is the first bug-fixing release for 7.6. In addition to bugfixes, it also offers some new, unintrusive, features. Most importantly, the way action suspension and resumption messages can now be configured on a finger grain basis. The action naming has been improved and kept consistent and imjournal can now better handle invalid entries […]

Changelog for 7.6.1 (v7-stable)

Version 7.6.1 [v7.6-stable] 2014-03-13 added “action.reportSuspension” action parameter This now permits to control handling on a per-action basis rather to the previous “global setting only”. “action resumed” message now also specifies module type which makes troubleshooting a bit easier. Note that we cannot output all the config details (like destination etc) as this would require […]

rsyslog 7.6.0 (v7-stable) released

This is the first release of rsyslog 7.6 in the v7-stable branch. Since 7.4 a lot of new functions have found their way into rsyslog. With 7.6 being the successor of the 7.5 development branch, everything that has been added there has now found its way into the stable version. The major additions consist of […]

Changelog for 7.6.0 (v7-stable)

Version 7.6.0 [v7.6-stable] 2014-01-?? This starts a new stable branch based on 7.5.8 plus the following changes: bugfix: imuxsock input parameters were not accepted due to copy&paste error. Thanks to Andy Goldstein for the fix. added ProcessInternalMessages global system parameter This permits to inject rsyslog status messages into *another* main syslogd or the journal. new […]

Changelog for 7.4.10 (v7-stable)

Version 7.4.10 [v7.4-stable] 2014-02-12 bugfix: json templates are improperly created Strings miss the terminating NUL character, which obviously can lead to all sorts of problems. See also: https://github.com/rsyslog/rsyslog/issues/27 Thanks to Alain for the analysis and the patch. ompgsql bugfix: improper handling of auto-backgrounding mode If rsyslog was set to auto-background itself (default code behaviour, but […]

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