Release Notes: The configure script was fixed to automatically detect whether libnet is installed and to disable spoof-source support if it isn't. The processing of the global log_fifo_size() option was fixed; in some cases, the global option did not have an effect. Possible blocking on /proc/kmsg during boot, when a great number of messages kernel messages are generated, was fixed. A possible segfault during the syslog-ng exit procedure was fixed. This could be triggered by stopping a syslog-ng instance after it had been reloaded at least once.
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.