Today, we release rsyslog 8.2002.0. This release provides mostly bugfixes for rsyslog. Notable new functions are the addition of a global parameter “security.abortONIDResolutionFail” which controls whether or not rsyslog aborts when a name ID lookup fails (for user and group names) and there is now an option to apply a rate limit for imfile inputs. […]
Today, we release rsyslog 8.2001.0. This release provides a large number of bugfixes and changes to rsyslog. Notable new functions are the addition to configure certificate verification depth for gtls and ossl, modernization of the testbench, changes to modules like omclickhouse and omhiredis and openssl configuration commands in relp. In addition to these, a large […]
Today, we release rsyslog 8.1911.0. This release provides a large number of bugfixes, many for core components as well as many modules. Notable new functions are a flow control option for imrelp and the queues, the contributed module mmdarwin and multithreaded disk-queues. All changes are listed in the changelog of course. Note: Due to the […]
Today, we release rsyslog 8.1910.0. This release provides a number of bugfixes, but no major changes. Notable fixes are error message fixes for the core module and the openssl driver. Other than that, there were some fixes for contributed modules like pmcisconames, pmaixforwardedfrom and pmdb2diag. As always, more details are available in the changelog. ChangeLog: […]
Today, we release rsyslog 8.1908.0. This release mostly provides bugfixes and stability fixes for many of the core functionality and main modules, as well as the testbench. Notable changes and additions are the improved testbench plumbing, which now allows working with a port file for listener ports and capability to work with gzip-compressed files. There […]
Today, we release rsyslog 8.1907.0. This new release provides a lot and mainly bugfixes. Notable are native support for FreeBSD 12 in imuxsock and the fix in ipv42num naming. Also, omamqp1 was ported to use the latest qpid-proton-c api.
Today, we release rsyslog 8.1905.0. This new release provides a lot of changes again. There are several new parameters for ruleset queue timeouts, as well as other changes to the queue subsystem. Also error reporting and management was improved.
Today, we release rsyslog 8.1904.0. This new release provides a lot of changes and fixes again, e.g. expanded error output for omfile and imfile, a new global parameter for the dnscache, new parameters in omelasticsearch and enhanced functionality in mmkubernetes.
Today, we release rsyslog 8.1903.0. This new release allows for a more dynamic use of openssl or gnutls for the relp modules in conjunction with the new librelp 1.4.0 release. That means, both tls methods are now interchangable without the need to rebuild either rsyslog or librelp.
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/