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librelp

librelp is a core protocol library for RELP, the "reliable event logging protocol". It was created to provide ultra-reliable delivery of syslog messages and is quite good at that.

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  •  26 Jun 2013 21:28

Release Notes: This release increases the performance of RELP and includes a bugfix for a potential segfault if no GnuTLS priority string was set.

  •  26 Jun 2013 21:28

Release Notes: This release increases the performance of RELP and includes a bugfix for a potential segfault if no GnuTLS priority string was set.

  •  13 Apr 2013 03:11

Release Notes: This release adds some enhancements, including improved timeout handling, and provides a new feature, a user-settable shutdown.

  •  09 Apr 2008 10:20

Release Notes: The build system has been enhanced and makes librelp easier to use with GNU autotools.

Release Notes: This is the first version of librelp, including the initial RELP protocol support. This version provides reliable syslog message transfer without message loss even in extreme cases. In really extreme cases, some messages may be duplicated, but none are ever lost (provided that the application uses provisions for that, as rsyslog does).

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