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WinSyslog

rawsyslogmsg

The message as it was received from the wire (unparsed).

syslogfacility

The facility of a syslog message. For non-syslog messages, the value is provided based on configuration. In essence, this is simply an integer value that can be used for quick filtering inside your rules.

syslogfacility_text

The facility of a syslog message. This property is automatically created by using the syslogfacility properly and set to these values:  "Kernel", "User", "Mail", "Daemons", "Auth", "Syslog", "Lpr", "News", "UUCP", "Cron", "System0", "System1", "System2", "System3", "System4", "System5", "Local0", "Local1", "Local2", "Local3", "Local4", "Local5", "Local6", "Local7"

syslogpriority

The severity of a syslog message. For non-syslog messages, this should be a close approximation to what a syslog severity code means.

syslogpriority_text

The severity of a syslog message. This property is automatically created by using the syslogpriority properly and set to these values:  "Emergency", "Alert", "Critical", "Error", "Warning", "Notice", "Informational", "Debug"

syslogtag

The syslog tag value, a short string. For non-syslog messages, this is provided based on configuration. In most cases, this is used  for filtering.

syslogver

Contains the syslog version number which will be one or higher if a RFC 5424 valid message has been received, or 0 otherwise

syslogappname

Contains the appname header field, only available if the Syslog message was in RFC 5424 format. Otherwise, this field will be emulated by the %syslogtag% property

syslogprocid

Contains the procid header field, only set if the Syslog message was in RFC 5424 format.

syslogmsgid

Contains the msgid  header field, only set if the Syslog message was in RFC 5424 format.

syslogstructdata

Contains the structdata header field (in raw format), only set if the Syslog message was in RFC 5424 format.

syslogprifac

Contains combined syslog facility and priority useful to build your own custom syslog headers