Rxlogd is a receive-only syslog server (collector) that can coexist with sysklogd. It features simplicity, ease of use, and a built-in DNS cache for high performance. The intended audience is users of enterprise systems stuck with sysklogd, or administrators who don't need more complex syslog server solutions.
Release Notes: Support for clients that don't send newlines with their syslog (e.g. rsyslogd).
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug which caused IPs to be improperly used in place of hostnames if DNS resolution failed.
Release Notes: This release will close unused log files after a period of inactivity (and free memory).
Release Notes: The init script was updated to prevent logrotate/cron from sending unnecessary emails when rotating and reopening the logfiles.
Release Notes: A bug that caused the daemon to exit when DNS resolution had failed was fixed. Multiple debug levels are supported and all of rxlogd's own log goes to syslog. Packaging fixes were made.