Release Notes: This is the fourth bugfix release for the 3.4.x series, with important fixes over the previous releases. Upgrading to this release is highly recommended.
Release Notes: This beta has many new features compared to 3.4, including: redis and stomp destinations; multi-line support; type hinting; in-list() filter (black/white list based filtering); and many more. It is ready for testing on most platforms.
Release Notes: Many bugs were fixed. Upgrading to this release is highly recommended
Release Notes: This is a bugfix only maintenance release of the 3.3 series, correcting a crash which happened when a rewrite rule using set() or subst() was used in multiple log paths.
Release Notes: This version added junctions and channels for even more flexible configuration, a community contributed AMQP destination, improved JSON support including a parser, and many improvements related to value pairs.
Release Notes: Stability and memory leak fixes.
Release Notes: Integrated support for MongoDB, JSON formatted events, and a multi-threaded architecture that scales syslog-ng up into the 800000 message/second range.
Release Notes: This is the first release in the new major version of syslog-ng, containing the longest list of features ever since the start of the syslog-ng project such as log message correlation and plugin support.
Release Notes: This release has all the new functionality planned for version 3.2, like message correlation, patterndb improvements, and a plugin based architecture.
Release Notes: This release brings a number of enhancements. A plugin based architecture is now used. Support was added for process accounting logs. pdbtool and patterndb were enhanced. The license has been changed to LGPL for the core and GPL for the plugins.