Release Notes: The most notable addition in this release is a new extension module "xm_fileop", which adds support for file operations. This allows more sophisticated log rotation. Some other bugfixes and enhancements have been added.
Release Notes: This release contains numerous stabilization fixes, including better handling of network errors. It compiles and runs on AIX and Solaris.
Release Notes: This version brings a new processor module named pm_evcorr that provides event correlation functionality in addition to the already available nxlog language features (variables and statistical counters). This module was greatly inspired by the Perl based sec.pl simple event correlation tool. In addition, some other fixes and enhancements are available in this release such as optional local time formatting in IETF syslog.
Release Notes: The most notable feature addition is the SockBufSize option for the UDP input module, which can help against UDP packet loss. There have been several other bugfixes and enhancements, such as the s/// string replacement operator.
Release Notes: A new output module (om_http) can be used to send data to an HTTP(s) service. The pm_buffer module has been rewritten to use chunked file storage. This release contains several other fixes and improvements, see the included changelog for more information.
Release Notes: The most notable feature addition in this release is the xm_perl module. While the nxlog configuration language is already a powerful framework, it has several limitations. The xm_perl module makes it possible to execute Perl code and process event data using the Perl language via the built-in Perl interpreter. There have been several other bugfixes and improvements.