Today, we release rsyslog 8.1901.0. The most obvious change in this release is the version scheme. This has been changed to make it easier from us to immediately determine when a specific rsyslog version has been released. A more detailed description to the reasoning can be found on the following link: https://www.rsyslog.com/rsyslog-version-numbering-change/
Today, we release rsyslog 8.40.0. This release brings a number of changes and fixes for e.g. the openssl driver, imfile, imsolaris and many more. Noteworthy are also the changes to the build system and the enhancement to CI.
Today, we release rsyslog 8.39.0. This release again brings a lot of changes. Noteworthy are the improved truncation detection in imfile and a workaround for imjournals reloading behaviour. Other than that, the release also provides a lot of fixes for the queue subsystem, imrelp, imkafka, imudp, the gcry crypto provider, the rsyslog core and many […]
Today, we release rsyslog 8.38.0. This release has a lot of smaller changes and fixes. Worthy to point out are the fixes to make rsyslog build on AIX again, at least for a limited set of default modules. Other changes and improvements are for more common use cases with modules like im-/omkafka, im(p)tcp, imfile, omelasticsearch […]
Today, we release rsyslog 8.37.0. This release has a lot of smaller changes and fixes. They mostly revolve around general improvements in terms of error output and handling. There were also several enhancements for modules like ommail, omfile, imjournal and imrelp. Notably is the work that went into the refactoring of the testbench, with newly […]
Today, we release rsyslog 8.36.0. The biggest enhancement is that rsyslog now provides support for opennssl for encryption in addition to the existing gnutls driver. For the packages there will be an additional package called rsyslog-openssl, while self-building users can enable this by running the configure with –enable-openssl. Openssl support is currently still experimental, but […]
Today, we release rsyslog 8.35.0. Apart from the usual fixes and small encancements, this release features extensive rework to accomodate oversized messages. In the past, message that were bigger than defined by maxmessagesize were not handled correctly, though in most cases this was not really noticable. This is now taken care of and there are […]