Release Notes: This release improves the configuration parser error messages when invalid escapes happen and fixes a bug which made some property-based filters be incorrectly parsed (which happens with the new v6 format).
Release Notes: Potential misadressing in the property replacer was fixed. A memcpy overflow was fixed. This could occur in allowed sender checking if a name is resolved to an IPv4-mapped-on-IPv6 address. A MSGID corruption in the RFC5424 parser under some circumstances was fixed.
Release Notes: This release imports some bugfixes made to older versions, as well as some minor enhancements (not affecting stability). An update to this version is useful for users of the 6.1 versions, but if you experience no problems, the update is not urgent.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release offering a set of bug fixes. It is suggested that users of the v5-stable branch update to this release.
Release Notes: This release includes a couple of important bugfixes that coordinate it with fixes applied to earlier versions. It also contains a performance enhancement for rsyslog's HDFS output plugin.
Release Notes: This is both a stability and a performance enhancement release. Most importantly, imtcp was enhanced to support a small number of worker threads for imtcp processing. This will increase overall processing performance for high-end environments. Stability has improved by including a number of important patches, some of which fix abort conditions.
Release Notes: This release contains all changes and enhancements in the v5 branch. There are some bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release includes some bug fixes, the new pmsnare module, and some improvements.
Release Notes: This release is the new v5-beta. This release both offers a set of new features and, at the same time, turns 5.7.3 into beta state.
Release Notes: This release brings a number of enhancements. First of all, it provides new functionality in the form of an experimental MongoDB output plugin and various message parsers. The latter greatly increases rsyslog’s ability to handle common malformed syslog message formats. Also, ommysql now allows a much more fine-grained control over MySQL settings. A number of performance enhancements were also made.