WinSyslog

WinSyslog 17.5 Released

Release Date: 2023-10-18 Build-IDs: Service 17.5.0.643, Client 17.4.0.669 Bugfixes Relp Action: Updated to latest librelp version 1.11.0. File Action: Fixed a race condition in Filename handling that could cause a problem under heavy load and stress conditions. Filter Engine: Fixed incorrect greater / lower filter handling of IP Type Filter. Network Core: Suppressed network error […]

WinSyslog 17.4 Released

Release Date: 2023-06-21 Build-IDs: Service 17.4.0.639, Client 17.4.0.669 Bugfixes Syslog Action: Fixed a very rare case where an Action could try to open **TCP connections** to the same target **multiple times simultaneously**. The handling has been hardened to avoid concurrent connection establishment retries for the same Action. Syslog Action: Fixed error handling when **the** connection […]

WinSyslog 17.3 Released

Release Date: 2022-11-09 Build-IDs: Service 17.3.0.637, Client 17.3.0.664 Bugfixes Send Email Action: Fix a RFC5322 protocol issue when multiple recipient were used. Debuglog: Fix output of port numbers in debug logging. Fix daylight detection when converting from strings to timestamps internally. Write File Action: Fix a race condition when files were closed that could lead […]

WinSyslog 17.2a Released

Release Date: 2022-03-03 Build-IDs: Service 17.2.0.634, Client 17.2.0.662 Bugfixes EventLog Monitor V2: Fix an issue with events, that cannot be formatted properly. EventLog Monitor V2: Fix loading enabled state for Event Channels when either Debug or Admin channels are enabled/disabled. EventLog Monitor V2: Fix the default Channel enabled state for disabled channel types. File Action: […]

WinSyslog 17.2 Released

Release Date: 2022-01-18 Build-IDs: Service 17.2.0.632, Client 17.2.0.660 Features Syslog Service: Added configurable option to detect Year in RFC3164 Syslog Header. If enabled, the service will try to detect a Year after the usual RFC3164 Date Header. Syslog Service: Added configurable message size limit for syslog tcp messages. The default is 1MB which is far […]

WinSyslog 17.1 Released

Release Date: 2021-07-14 Build-IDs: Service 17.1.0.629, Client 17.1.0.650 Features Log Rotation: When compression after log rotate is enabled, we use the original filename inside the zipfile now which is more natural to the user. Bugfixes Log Rotation: Add support to move files across drives. Status Actions: Fixed an issue calculating wrong values when multiple compute […]

WinSyslog 17.0 Released

Release Date: 2021-03-09 Build-IDs: Service 17.0.0.627, Client 17.0.0.647 Features Filter Engine: Add support to filter by IPv6 addresses. File Action: Added Log Rotation support. For more details see the manual. Action Caching: Added support for caching / queuing in RELP, SETP and SNMP Action when Action processing fails. Filter Engine: Added support to store filter […]

WinSyslog 16.2d Released

Release Date: 2021-02-19 Build-IDs: Service 16.2.0.623, Client 16.2.0.634 Bugfixes File Action: When appending to a logfiles of the exact size of 4294967295 bytes, the File Open failed due incorrect error handling in that special case. Syslog Action: When appending to syslog cache files with the exact size of 4294967295 bytes, the File Open failed due […]

WinSyslog 16.2c Released

Release Date: 2021-01-27 Build-IDs: Service 16.2.0.622, Client 16.2.0.634 Bugfixes Syslog Service: Fixed an parsing issue of the syslogtag (rfc5424 only) with malformed syslog headers. Syslog Service: Fixed an issue where two nullbytes were appended to the rawsyslogmsg property. IPv6: Fixed a conversion issue when a source was converted into a IPv6 address string. You can […]

WinSyslog 16.2b Released

Release Date: 2020-09-04 Build-IDs: Service 16.2.0.619, Client 16.2.0.634 Bugfixes Start Program Action: Fixed loading the Sync Timeout setting in file configuration mode. Queue Engine: Fix for STATUS_STACK_BUFFER_OVERRUN exception. STATUS_STACK_BUFFER_OVERRUN doesn’t mean that there was a stack buffer overrun. It appears that due recent security updates in windows network code, a new exception type was introduced. […]

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