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Name: rsyslog-module-mmnormalize Distribution: openSUSE 13.1
Version: 7.4.6 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 2.4.1 Build date: Tue Nov 5 11:20:57 2013
Group: System/Daemons Build host: build57
Size: 45572 Source RPM: rsyslog-7.4.6-2.4.1.src.rpm
Packager: http://bugs.opensuse.org
Url: http://www.rsyslog.com/
Summary: Contains the mmnormalize support module for syslog
Rsyslog is an enhanced multi-threaded syslog daemon. See rsyslog
package.

This module provides log normalizing support.

Provides

Requires

License

(GPL-3.0+ and Apache-2.0)

Changelog

* Mon Nov 04 2013 andreas.stieger@gmx.de
  - update to 7.4.6 [v7.4-stable] [bnc#848574]
    Fixes various segfault, memory leak and buffer overrun fixes and
    a selection of application bugs
    - bugfix: potential abort during HUP
    - bugfix: imtcp flowControl parameter incorrectly defaulted to "off"
    - now requires libestr 0.1.9 for number handling in RainerScript
    - bugfix: memory leak in strlen() RainerScript function
    - bugfix: buffer overrun if re_extract function was called for submatch 50
    - bugfix: memleak in re_extract() function
    - bugfix: potential abort in RainerScript optimizer
    - bugfix: memory leak in omhiredis
    - bugfix: segfault if variable was assigned to non-container subtree
  - also contains changes from 7.4.5
    - mmanon: removed the check for specific "terminator characters"
    - omelasticsearch: add failed.httprequests stats counter
    - bugfix: invalid property filter was not properly disabled in ruleset
    - bugfix: segfault if re_extract() function was used and no match found
    - bugfix: potential misadressing on startup if property-filter was used
    - bugfix: omelasticsearch: correct failed.http stats counter
    - bugfix: omelasticsearch: did not correctly initialize stats counters
    - bugfix: omelasticsearch: failed.es counter was only maintained in bulk mode
    - bugfix: mmanon did not detect all IP addresses in rewrite mode
    - bugfix: mmanon sometimes used invalid replacement char in simple mode
    - bugfix: memory leak in mmnormalize
    - bugfix: array-based ==/!= comparisions lead to invalid results
    - bugfix: omprog blocked signals to executed programs
    - bugfix: doc: imuxsock legacy param $SystemLogSocketParseTrusted was
      misspelled
    - bugfix: imfile "facility" input parameter improperly handled
    - bugfix: small memory leak in imfile when $ResetConfigVariables was used
    - bugfix: segfault on startup if TLS was used but no CA cert set
    - bugfix: segfault on startup if TCP TLS was used but no cert or key set
    - bugfix: some more build problems with newer json-c versions
    - bugfix: build system: libgcrypt.h needed even if libgrcypt was disabled
  - fix ppc build, add patch from upstream to fix build on platforms
    without atomic instructions
    rsyslog-7.4.6-omelasticsearch-atomic-instructions-ppc.patch
* Thu Sep 12 2013 andreas.stieger@gmx.de
  - update to 7.4.4 [v7.4-stable]
  - better error messages in GuardTime signature provider
  - make rsyslog use the new json-c pkgconfig file if available
  - bugfix: imfile parameter "persistStateInterval" was unusable
    due to a case typo in imfile; work-around was to use legacy config
  - bugfix: TLV16 flag encoding error in signature files from GT provider
    This fixes a problem where the TLV16 flag was improperly encoded.
    Unfortunately, existing files already have the bug and may not properly
    be processed. The fix uses constants from the GuardTime API lib to
    prevent such problems in the future.
  - bugfix: slightly malformed SMTP handling in ommail
  - bugfix: segfault in omprog if no template was provided (now dflt is used)
  - bugfix: segfault in ompipe if no template was provided (now dflt is used)
  - bugfix: segfault in omsnmp if no template was provided (now dflt is used)
  - bugfix: some omsnmp optional config params were flagged as mandatory
  - bugfix: segfault in omelasticsearch when resuming queued messages
    after restarting Elasticsearch
  - bugfix: imtcp addtlframedelimiter could not be set to zero
  - doc bugfix: remove no-longer existing omtemplate from developer doc
    was specifically mentioned as a sample for creating new plugins
* Sat Jul 20 2013 andreas.stieger@gmx.de
  - update to 7.4.3 [v7.4-stable]
    - bugfix: memory leak if disk queues were used and json data
      rresent
    - bugfix: CEE/json data was lost during disk queue operation
    - bugfix: potential segfault during startup on invalid config
    - bugfix: 100% CPU utilization when DA queue became full
    - bugfix: omlibdbi did not properly close connection on some
      errors
    - cosmetic bugfix: file name buffer was not freed on disk queue
      destruction
* Fri Jul 05 2013 mt@suse.de
  - Update to 7.4.2  [v7.4-stable] (bnc#828140,CVE-2013-4758):
    - bugfix: in RFC5425 TLS, multiple wildcards in auth could cause
      segfault
    - bugfix: RainerScript object required parameters were not properly
      checked - this clould result to segfaults on startup if parameters
      were missing.
    - bugfix: double-free in omelasticsearch
      closes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=461
      a security advisory for this bug is available at:
      http://www.lsexperts.de/advisories/lse-2013-07-03.txt
      PLEASE NOTE: This issue only existed if omelasticsearch was used
      in a non-default configuration, where the "errorfile" parameter
      was specified. Without that parameter set, the bug could not be
      triggered. Thanks to Markus Vervier and Marius Ionescu for providing
      a detailled bug report. Special thanks to Markus for coordinating
      his security advisory with us.
    - bugfix: omrelp potential segfault at startup on invalid config
      parameters
    - bugfix: small memory leak when $uptime property was used
    - bugfix: potential segfault on rsyslog termination in imudp
      closes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=456
    - bugfix: lmsig_gt abort on invalid configuration parameters
      closes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=448
      Thanks to Risto Laanoja for the patch.
    - imtcp: fix typo in "listner" parameter, which is "listener"
      Currently, both names are accepted.
    - solved build problems on FreeBSD
      closes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=457
      closes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=458
      Thanks to Christiano for reproting and suggesting patches
    - solved build problems on CENTOS5
* Wed Jun 26 2013 mt@suse.de
  - Use --enable-cached-man-pages configure option on SLES-11, where
    rst2man is not available and removed prebuilt man pages.
* Sat Jun 22 2013 andreas.stieger@gmx.de
  - update to 7.4.1  [v7.4-stable]:
    - imjournal: add ratelimiting capability
    - bugfix imzmq3: potential segfault on startup
  - includes changes from 7.4.0  [v7.4-stable]:
    - doc bugfix: ReadMode wrong in imfile doc, two values were swapped
    - imjournal: no longer do periodic wakeup
    - bugfix: potential hang *in debug mode* on rsyslogd termination
    - bugfix: $template statement with multiple spaces lead to invalid tpl name
    - 0mq fixes
  - includes changes from version 7.3.15
    - bugfix: problem in build system (especially when cross-compiling)
    - bugfix: imjournal had problem with systemd journal API change
    - imjournal: now obtain and include PID
    - bugfix: .logsig files had tlv16 indicator bit at wrong offset
    - bugfix: omrelp legacy config parameters set a timeout of zero
      which lead the legacy config to be unusable.
    - bugfix: segfault on startup if a disk queue was configure without file
      name
    - bugfix: invalid addressing in string class (recent regression)
  - packaging changes:
    - rebase rsyslog-unit.patch
    - move libee/liblognorm dependencies to mmnormalize conditional
* Fri Jun 14 2013 crrodriguez@opensuse.org
  - Required version of pkgconfig(relp) is >= 1.0.3
  - Requires version of libsystemd-journal is >= 197
  - Notify systemd on sucessful startup of the daemon to avoid
    confusing behaviour such as :
    http://lists.opensuse.org/opensuse/2013-06/msg00603.html
* Mon May 13 2013 mt@suse.de
  - Fixed SLES-11 build that does not have rst2man/python-docutils;
    added pre-built rscryutil.1 and rsgtutil.1 as sources because
    v7.3.14 does not ship them pre-built any more.
* Tue May 07 2013 mt@suse.de
  - update to 7.3.14 [beta] 2013-05-06:
    - bugfix: some man pages were not properly installed either
      rscryutil or rsgtutil man was installed, but not both.
      Thanks to Marius Tomaschewski for the patch.
    - bugfix: potential segfault on startup when builtin module was
      specified in module() statement.
      Thanks to Marius Tomaschewski for reporting the bug.
    - bugfix: segfault due to invalid dynafile cache handling
      Accidently, the old-style cache size parameter was used when the
      dynafile cache was created in a RainerScript action. If the
      old-style size was lower than the one actually set, this lead to
      misadressing when the size was overrun, and that could lead to
      all kinds of “interesting things”, often in segfaults.
      closes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=440
* Tue Apr 30 2013 mt@suse.de
  - Adopted config file to stop instead of deprecated "~" action.
* Tue Apr 30 2013 mt@suse.de
  - Enabled log file signing module lmsig_gt using GuardTime as
    separate rsyslog-module-guardtime package.
  - Moved previously enabled log file encryption module lmcry_gcry
    and its utility into a separate rsyslog-module-gcrypt package.
* Tue Apr 30 2013 mt@suse.de
  - update to 7.3.13  [beta] 2013-04-29:
    - added omrabbitmq module (contributed, untested)
      Note: this is unsupported and as such was moved immediately
      into the beta version.
      Thanks to Vaclav Tomec for providing this module.
    - bugfix: build problem when –enable-encryption was not selected
      Thanks to Michael Biebl for fixing this.
    - doc bugfix: omfile parameter “VeryRobustZip” was documentas as
      “VeryReliableZip”
      closes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=437
      Thanks to Thomas Doll for reporting this.
  - update to 7.3.12  [devel] 2013-04-25:
    - added doc for omelasticsearch
      Thanks to Radu Gheorghe for the doc contribution.
    - omelasticsearch: _id field support for bulk operations
      closes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=392
      Thanks to Jérôme Renard for the idea and patches.
    - max number of templates for plugin use has been increased to five
    - platform compatibility enhancement: solve compile issue with
      libgcrypt do not use GCRY_CIPHER_MODE_AESWRAP where not available
      fix compile on Solaris
      Thanks to Martin Carpenter for the patch.
    - bugfix: off-by-one error in handling local FQDN name (regression)
      A remporary buffer was allocated one byte too small. Did only
      affect startup, not actual operations. Came up during routine tests,
      and can have no effect once the engine runs. Introduced in 7.3.11.
    - bugfix: build problems on Solaris
      closes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=436
    - bugfix: block size limit was not properly honored
    - bugfix: potential segfault in guardtime signature provider
      it could segfault if an error was reported by the GuardTime API,
      because an invalid free could happen then
  - update to 7.3.11  [devel] 2013-04-23
    - added support for encrypting log files (lmcry_gcry plugin)
    - omhiredis: added support for redis pipeline support
      Thanks to Brian Knox for the patch.
    - bugfix:  $PreserveFQDN is not properly working
      Thanks to Louis Bouchard for the patch
      closes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=426
    - bugfix: imuxsock aborted due to problem in ratelimiting code
      Thanks to Tomas Heinrich for the patch.
    - bugfix: imuxsock aborted under some conditions regression from
      ratelimiting enhancements – this was a different one to the one
      Tomas Heinrich patched.
    - bugfix: timestamp problems in imkmsg
  - Enabled systemd imjournal,omjournal modules on > 12.3.
  - Enabled mmanon, providing anonymization support
  - Enabled lmcry_gcry.so, providing log file encryption support
    and the rscryutil utility to manage the encrypted log files.
  - Removed obsolete --enable-pthreads configure option.
* Fri Apr 19 2013 andreas.stieger@gmx.de
  - rsyslogd.conf removed from upstream tarball, no longer install as
    documentation.
  - build requirement for libestr is >= 0.1.5
* Fri Apr 19 2013 mt@suse.de
  - update to 7.2.7 [v7-stable] 2013-04-17:
    - rsyslogd startup information is now properly conveyed back to init
      when privileges are beging dropped. Actually, we have moved
      termination of the parent in front of the priv drop. So it shall
      work now in all cases. See code comments in commit for more details.
    - If forking, the parent now waits for a maximum of 60 seconds for
      termination by the child
    - improved debugging support in forked (auto-backgrounding) mode.
      The rsyslog debug log file is now continued to be written across the
      fork.
    - updated systemd files to match current systemd source
    - bugfix: failover/action suspend did not work correctly
      This was experienced if the retry action took more than one second
      to complete. For suspending, a cached timestamp was used, and if the
      retry took longer, that timestamp was already in the past. As a
      result, the action never was kept in suspended state, and as such no
      failover happened. The suspend functionalit now does no longer use
      the cached timestamp (should not have any performance implication,
      as action suspend occurs very infrequently).
    - bugfix: nested if/prifilt conditions did not work properly
      closes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=415
    - bugfix: script == comparison did not work properly on JSON objects
      [backport from 7.3 branch]
    - bugfix: imudp scheduling parameters did affect main thread, not imudp
      closes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=409
    - bugfix: imuxsock rate-limiting could not be configured via legacy conf
      Rate-limiting for the system socket could not be configured via legacy
      configuration directives. However, the new-style RainerScript config
      options worked.
      Thanks to Milan Bartos for the patch.
      closes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=390
    - bugfix: using group resolution could lead to endless loop
      Thanks to Tomas Heinrich for the patch.
      closes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=310
    - bugfix: $mmnormalizeuseramsg paramter was specified with wrong type
      Thank to Renzhong Zhang for alerting us of the problem.
      closes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=420
    - bugfix: RainerScript getenv() function caused segfault when var was
      not found.
      Thanks to Philippe Muller for the patch.
    - bugfix: several issues in imkmsg
      see bug tracker: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=421#c8
    - bugfix: imuxsock was missing SysSock.ParseTrusted module parameter
      To use that functionality, legacy rsyslog.conf syntax had to be used.
      Also, the doc was missing information on the "ParseTrusted" set of
      config directives.
    - bugfix: parameter action.execOnlyWhenPreviousIsSuspended was
      accidently of integer-type. For obvious reasons, it needs to be
      boolean. Note that this change can break existing configurations
      if they circumvented the problem by using 0/1 values.
    - doc bugfix: rsyslog.conf man page had invalid file format info
      closes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=418
  - update to 7.2.6 [v7-stable] 2013-03-05:
    - slightly improved config parser error messages when invalid escapes
      happen
    - bugfix: include files got included in the wrong order
      closes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=411
      This happens if an $IncludeConfig directive was done on multiple
      files (e.g. the distro default of $IncludeConfig /etc/rsyslog.d/*.conf).
      In that case, the order of include file processing is reversed, which
      could lead to all sorts of problems.
      Thanks to Nathan Stratton Treadway for his great analysis of the
      problem, which made bug fixing really easy.
    - bugfix: omelasticsearch failed when authentication data was provided
      ... at least in most cases it emitted an error message:
      "snprintf failed when trying to build auth string"
      Thanks to Joerg Heinemann for alerting us.
      closes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=404
    - bugfix: some property-based filter were incorrectly parsed
      This usually lead to a syntax error on startup and rsyslogd not actually
      starting up. The problem was the regex, which did not care for double
      quote characters to follow in the action part - unfortunately something
      that can frequently happen with v6+ format. An example:
      :programname, isequal, "as" {action(type="omfile" ...) }
      Here, the part
      :programname, isequal, "as" {action(type="omfile"
      was treated as the property filter, and the rest as action part.
      Obviously, this did not work out. Unfortunately, such situations usually
      resulted in very hard to understand error messages.
* Tue Apr 16 2013 mt@suse.de
  - Fixed service file to pass $RSYSLOGD_PARAMS to rsyslogd again.
* Sun Apr 14 2013 crrodriguez@opensuse.org
  - Fix systemd units to do exactly what is documented as
    required --> http://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/systemd/syslog
    In particular, it must not mess with the ordering of syslog.target
    this is done by removing the custom unit and adapting the upstream
    one with openSUSE additions (rsyslog-unit.patch)
* Fri Mar 29 2013 vcizek@suse.com
  - restore SELinux label when creating xconsole (bnc#812447)
* Tue Feb 19 2013 mt@suse.de
  - Fixed rsyslog.service file to support reload (bnc#803994)
* Tue Jan 15 2013 mt@suse.de
  - Fixed relp build requires change, which broke SLE-11 build.
* Mon Jan 14 2013 andreas.stieger@gmx.de
  - update to 7.2.5 [v7-stable]:
    - build system cleanup
    - bugfix: omelasticsearch did not properly compile on some platforms
      due to missing libmath
    - bugfix: on termination, actions were incorrectly called
    - bugfix: very large memory consumption (and probably out of memory) when
      FromPos was specified in template, but ToPos not.
    - bugfix: timeval2syslogTime cause problems on some platforms
      due to invalid assumption on structure data types.
    - bugfix: compile errors in im3195
    - bugfix: doGetFileCreateMode() had invalid validity check
    - bugfix: mmjsonparse errornously returned action error when no
      CEE cookie was present.
* Wed Jan 09 2013 mt@suse.com
  - Enable rsyslog.service and create the syslog.service alias link
    in post install -- regardless of a preset config (bnc#790805).
  - Check the existence of /etc/init.d/syslog script before calling
    the restart_on_update and stop_on_removal macros to avoid errors
    on update. Since openSUSE 12.3, no syslog init script is shipped
    (bnc#790298,bnc#750478).
* Mon Jan 07 2013 mt@suse.com
  - Update to 7.2.4 [v7-stable] with following changes:
    - enhance: permit RFC3339 timestamp in local log socket messages
      Thanks to Sebastien Ponce for the patch.
    - imklog: added ParseKernelTimestamp parameter (import from 5.10.2)
      Thanks to Marius Tomaschewski for the patch.
    - fix missing functionality: ruleset(){} could not specify ruleset queue
      The "queue.xxx" parameter set was not supported, and legacy ruleset
      config statements did not work (by intention). The fix introduces the
      "queue.xxx" parameter set. It has some regression potential, but only
      for the new functionality. Note that using that interface it is possible
      to specify duplicate queue file names, which will cause trouble. This
      will be solved in v7.3, because there is a too-large regression
      potential for the v7.2 stable branch.
    - imklog: added KeepKernelTimestamp parameter (import from 5.10.2)
      Thanks to Marius Tomaschewski for the patch.
    - bugfix: imklog mistakenly took kernel timestamp subseconds as nanoseconds
      ... actually, they are microseconds. So the fractional part of the
      timestamp was not properly formatted. (import from 5.10.2)
      Thanks to Marius Tomaschewski for the bug report and the patch idea.
    - bugfix: supportoctetcountedframing parameter did not work in imptcp
    - bugfix: modules not (yet) supporting new conf format were not properly
      registered. This lead to a "module not found" error message instead of
      the to-be-expected "module does not support new style" error message.
      That invalid error message could be quite misleading and actually stop
      people from addressing the real problem (aka "go nuts" ;))
    - bugfix: template "type" parameter is mandatory (but was not)
    - bugfix: some message properties could be garbled due to race condition
      This happened only on very high volume systems, if the same message was
      being processed by two different actions. This was a regression caused
      by the new config processor, which did no longer properly enable msg
      locking in multithreaded cases. The bugfix is actually a refactoring of
      the msg locking code - we no longer do unlocked operations, as the use
      case for it has mostly gone away. It is potentially possible only at
      very low-end systems, and there the small additional overhead of doing
      the locking does not really hurt. Instead, the removal of that
      capability can actually slightly improve performance in common cases,
      as the code path is smaller and requires slightly less memory writes.
      That probably outperforms the extra locking overhead (which in the
      low-end case always happens in user space, without need for kernel
      support as we can always directly aquire the lock - there is no
      contention at all).
  - Removed imklog-kernel-timestamp-parsing (bnc#783967) patch obsoleted
    by this version.
* Fri Nov 23 2012 mrueckert@suse.de
  - fix zeromq support
* Fri Nov 23 2012 mrueckert@suse.de
  - fix hiredis support
* Thu Nov 22 2012 mrueckert@suse.de
  - enabled elastic search support (build enabled by default):
    - > new buildrequires curl devel
    - > new subpackage rsyslog-module-elasticsearch
  - added --enable-unlimited-select
  - added --enable-imttcp:
    - > this module is packaged in the main package as it has no
      new dependencies
  - added --enable-imdiag
    - > this module is packaged in the diag package
  - prepared adding support for hiredis, hdfs, mongodb and zeromq
* Thu Nov 22 2012 mt@suse.com
  - Update to 7.2.3 (v7-stable) a release providing following fixes:
    - regression fix: rsyslogd terminated when wild-card $IncludeConfig did not
      find actual include files. For example, if this directive is present:
      $IncludeConfig /etc/rsyslog.d/*.conf
      and there are no *.conf files in /etc/rsyslog.d (but rsyslog.d exists),
      rsyslogd will emit an error message and terminate. Previous (and expected)
      behaviour is that an empty file set is no problem. HOWEVER, if the
      directory itself does not exist, this is flagged as an error and will
      load to termination (no startup).
      Unfortunately, this is often the case by default in many distros, so this
      actually prevents rsyslog startup.
    - doc improvements
    - enabled to build without libuuid, at loss of uuid functionality
      this enables smoother builds on older systems that do not support
      libuuid. Loss of functionality should usually not matter too much as
      uuid support has only recently been added and is very seldom used.
    - bugfix: omfwd did not properly support "template" parameter
    - bugfix: potential segfault when re_match() function was used
      Thanks to oxpa for the patch.
      closes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=371
    - bugfix: potential abort of imtcp on rsyslogd shutdown
    - bugfix: imzmq3 segfault with PULL subscription
      Thanks to Martin Nilsson for the patch.
    - bugfix: improper handling of backslash in string-type template()s
    - bugfix: leading quote (") in string-type template() lead to thight loop
      on startup
    - bugfix: no error msg on invalid field option in legacy/string template
    - bugfix: potential segfault due to invalid param handling in comparisons
      This could happen in RainerScript comparisons (like contains); in some
      cases an unitialized variable was accessed, which could lead to an
      invalid free and in turn to a segfault.
      closes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=372
      Thanks to Georgi Georgiev for reporting this bug and his great help
      in solving it.
    - bugfix: no error msg on unreadable $IncludeConfig path
    - bugfix: $IncludeConfig did not correctly process directories
      closes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=376
      The testbench was also enhanced to check for these cases.
      Thanks to Georgi Georgiev for the bug report.
    - bugfix: make rsyslog compile on kfreebsd again
      closes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=380
      Thanks to Guillem Jover for the patch.
    - bugfix: garbled message if field name was used with jsonf property option
      The length for the field name was invalidly computed, resulting in either
      truncated field names or including extra random data. If the random data
      contained NULs, the rest of the message became unreadable.
      closes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=374
    - bugfix: potential segfault at startup with property-based filter
      If the property name was followed by a space before the comma, rsyslogd
      aborted on startup. Note that no segfault could happen if the initial
      startup went well (this was a problem with the config parser).
      closes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=381
    - bugfix: imfile discarded some file parts
      File lines that were incomplete (LF missing) *at the time imfile polled
      the file* were partially discarded. That part of the line that was read
      without the LF was discarded, and the rest of the line was submitted in
      the next polling cycle. This is now changed so that the partial content
      is saved until the complete line is read. Note that the patch affects
      only read mode 0.
      Thanks to Milan Bartos for providing the base idea for the solution.
  - Merged also fixes for unreliable kernel timestamp regression (bnc#783967),
    which will be picked up in a later v7-stable release:
    - imklog: added $klogParseKernelTimestamp option (default off),
      wich reverts to the 5.8.x behavior to use receive time for the
      kernel messages instead to try parse and convert the kernel
      timestamp, what is not reliable on some hardware (intel i7/Xeon).
    - imklog: added $klogKeepKernelTimestamp option (default off),
      causing to not remove the kernel timestamp from the message
      after a successful conversion.
    - imklog: fixed a conversion bug causing a <1sec incorrectness
      of the message time when the kernel timestamp is parsed.
  - Removed {} arround RSYSLOG_PARAMS variable in service file. systemd
    seems sometimes to not like it any more (bnc#788330).
* Tue Nov 20 2012 mt@suse.com
  - Require syslog-service >= 2.0 on 12.3, otherwise < 2.0, which
    contain the /etc/init.d/syslog init script.
* Tue Nov 13 2012 mt@suse.com
  - imuxsock: do not log EAGAIN in nonblocking recvfrom (bnc#734672)
* Mon Nov 12 2012 mt@suse.com
  - Removed handling of the -c <compat version> option which is
    obsolete in rsyslog-7.x.
  - Fixed build requires / deps to work on 12.x and SLE-11-SP2.
  - Initialized RSYSLOG_PARAMS env variable in service file.
  - Marked additional log socket config as ghost.
* Fri Nov 09 2012 mt@suse.com
  - Readded things removed in previous change, that is compat version
    and params variable use, generation of additional (chroot) log
    sockets include file, xconsole handling in rsyslog.service.
  - Fixed liblognorm conditional build flag dependencies, removed all
    suse version dependencies.
  - Changed to install in /usr/sbin, compatibility link in /sbin.
  - Added klogd to build conflicts to resolve build service deps
* Tue Nov 06 2012 tittiatcoke@gmail.com
  - Enabled rsyslog own systemd service file. This to resolve the
    current issue with a non starting system logger with systemd 185.
    (see also bnc#788330)
* Mon Oct 29 2012 mt@suse.com
  - Update to 7.2.1 (v7-stable), a pure bug-fixing release:
    - bugfix: ruleset()-object did only support a single statement
    - added -D rsyslogd option to enable config parser debug mode
    - improved syntax error messages by outputting the error token
    - the rsyslog core now suspeneds actions after 10 failures in
      a row. This was former the case after 1,000 failures and could
      cause rsyslog to be spammed/ressources misused.
      See the v6 compatibility doc for more details.
    - ommongodb rate-limits error messages to prevent spamming the
      syslog closes (for v7.2):
      http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=366
  - Enabled compilation of kmsg, the kernel’s new structured logging
    system modile, mmaudit the message modification module supporting
    Linux audit format and mmjsonparse providing the cee-enhanced
    syslog format support message modification module.
* Wed Oct 24 2012 mt@suse.com
  - Update to 7.2.0 (v7-stable) a full structured-logging/CEE enabled
    version which provides following features compared to v5-stable:
    * greatly improved configuration language – the new language is
      much more intuitive than the legacy format. It will also prevent
      some typical mistakes simply be not permitting these invalid
      constructs. Note that legacy format is still fully supported
      (and you can of course do the same mistakes if you use legacy
      format).
    * greatly improved execution engine – with nested if/then/else
      constructs as well as the capability to modify variables during
      processing.
    * full support for structured logging and project lumberjack/CEE.
      this includes everything from being able to create, interpret
      and handle JSON-based structured log messages, including the
      ability to normalize legacy text log messages.
    * more plugins – like support for MongoDB, HDFS, and ElasticSearch
      as well as for the kernel’s new structured logging system.
    * higher performance – many optimizations all over the code, like
      5 to 10 times faster execution time for script-based filters,
      enhanced multithreaded TCP input plugin, DNS cache and many more.
* Wed Oct 17 2012 fcrozat@suse.com
  - Fix build with new systemd location.
* Wed Oct 17 2012 mt@suse.com
  - Use RFC-5424 conform log format with RFC-3339 high-precision
    timestamps by default, removed obsolete rsyslog.early.conf.
* Mon Sep 24 2012 andreas.stieger@gmx.de
  - prevent installation with other providers of syslog (bnc#780608)
* Fri Sep 21 2012 mt@suse.com
  - Changed default /etc/rsyslog.conf we install to not use multiple
    facilities with the same priority pattern in one statement using
    the comma operator. This started to cause a start failure with
    rsyslog-6.4.x (bnc#780607) and seems to be a bug in rsyslog.
    Upstream report http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=358,
    switched to use alternative syntax using semicolon separator.
* Thu Sep 20 2012 andreas.stieger@gmx.de
  - update to 6.4.2  [V6-STABLE] 2012-09-20:
    - bugfix: potential abort, if action queue could not be properly
      started
    - bugfix: remove invalid socket option call from imuxsock
    - bugfix: missing support for escape sequences in RainerScript
    - bugfix: config validation run did not always return correct
      return state
* Thu Sep 20 2012 andreas.stieger@gmx.de
  - add rsyslog-6.4.1-CheckConnection-no-return-in-nonvoid-function.patch
    to fix rsyslog no-return-in-nonvoid-function netstrm.c:258 in
    CheckConnection()
* Mon Sep 17 2012 mt@suse.com
  - Update to 6.4.1  [V6-STABLE] 2012-09-06:
    - bugfix: multiple main queues with same queue file name were not
      detected.  This lead to queue file corruption. While the root
      cause is a config error, it is a bug that this important and
      hard to find config error was not detected by rsyslog.
    - bugfix: “jsonf” property replacer option did generate invalid
      JSON in JSON, we have “fieldname”:”value”, but the option
      emitted “fieldname”=”value”. Interestingly, this was accepted
      by a couple of sinks, most importantly elasticsearch. Now the
      correct format is emitted, which causes a remote chance that
      some things that relied on the wrong format will break.
      Thanks to Miloslav TrmaÄŤ for the patch
    - change $!all-json did emit an empty (thus non-JSON) string if
      no libee data was present. It now emits {} and thus valid JSON.
      There is a small risk that this may break some things that
      relied on the previous inconsistency. Thanks to Miloslav TrmaÄŤ
      for the patch
    - bugfix: omusrsmsg incorrect return state & config warning
      handling. During config file processing, Omusrmsg often
      incorrectly returned a warning status, even when no warning was
      present (caused by uninitialized variable). Also, the core
      handled warning messages incorrectly, and treated them as
      errors. As a result, omusrmsg (most often) could not properly be
      loaded. Note that this only occurs with legacy config action
      syntax. This was a regression caused by an incorrect merge in to
      the 6.3.x codebase.
      Thanks to Stefano Mason for alerting us of this bug.
    - bugfix: Fixed TCP CheckConnection handling in omfwd.c. Interface
      needed to be changed in lower stream classes. Syslog TCP Sending
      is now resumed properly. Unfixed, that lead to non-detection of
      downstate of remote hosts.
* Tue Sep 04 2012 andreas.stieger@gmx.de
  - License is (GPL-3.0+ and Apache-2.0), [bnc#778591]
  - The template subpackage was never published, remove obsoletes
* Fri Aug 31 2012 andreas.stieger@gmx.de
  - update to 6.4.0 [BETA] 2012-08-20
    This is the first version of the 6.4.0 stable branch.
    http://www.rsyslog.com/changelog/
  - add rsyslog-6.3.11-glblCheckCnf-no-return-in-nonvoid-function.patch
    to fix compiler warning
  - rsyslog-6.2.2-link-libestr.patch no longer required
  - template functionality was removed upstream
* Mon Aug 27 2012 andreas.stieger@gmx.de
  - add support for mmnormalize (via liblognorm) and template modules
* Tue Jul 03 2012 andreas.stieger@gmx.de
  - update to 6.2.2 [V6-stable] 2012-06-13
    http://www.rsyslog.com/changelog-for-6-2-2-v6-stable/
  - add rsyslog-6.2.2-link-libestr.patch to correctly link against
    libestr
* Sun Jul 01 2012 andreas.stieger@gmx.de
  - updated to 5.8.12  [V5-stable] 2012-06-06
    - add small delay (50ms) after sending shutdown message
    - support for resolving huge groups
    - bugfix: delayble source could block action queue, even if there was
    - bugfix: disk queue was not persisted on shutdown, regression of fix to
    - bugfix/omudpspoof: problems, including abort, happend when run on
    - bugfix: if debug message could end up in log file when forking
    - bugfix/tcpflood: sending small test files did not work correctly
    - bugfix: potential hang due to mutex deadlock
    - bugfix: property PROCID empty instead of proper nilvalue if not present
* Mon May 07 2012 mt@suse.com
  - Updated to 5.8.11 [V5-stable] 2012-05-03:
    - bugfix: ommysql did not properly init/exit the mysql runtime
      library this could lead to segfaults. Triggering condition:
      multiple action instances using ommysql. Thanks to Tomas
      Heinrich for reporting this problem and providing an initial
      patch (which my solution is based on, I need to add more code
      to clean the mess up).
    - bugfix: rsyslog did not terminate when delayable inputs were
      blocked due to unvailable sources. Fixes:
      http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=299
      Thanks to Marcin M for bringing up this problem and Andre
      Lorbach for helping to reproduce and fix it.
    - bugfix: active input in “light delay state” could block
      rsyslog termination, at least for prolonged period of time
    - bugfix: imptcp input name could not be set. Config directive
      was accepted, but had no effect
      bugfix: assigned ruleset was lost when using disk queues
      This looked quite hard to diagnose for disk-assisted queues,
      as the pure memory part worked well, but ruleset info was lost
      for messages stored inside the disk queue.
    - bugfix: hostname was not requeried on HUP
      Thanks to Per Jessen for reporting this bug and Marius
      Tomaschewski for his help in testing the fix.
    - bugfix: inside queue.c, some thread cancel states were not
      correctly reset. While this is a bug, we assume it did have
      no practical effect because the reset as it was done was set
      to the state the code actually had at this point. But better
      fix this…
  - Removed obsolete requery hostname patch
* Thu Apr 12 2012 mt@suse.com
  - Added upstream patchset to requery hostname on HUP (bnc#755857)
  - Removed obsolete rsyslog-5.8.7-systemd-log-socket.patch
  - Updated to 5.8.10  [V5-stable] 2012-04-05:
    - bugfix: segfault on startup if $actionqueuefilename was missing
      for disk queue config. Thanks to Tomas Heinrich for the patch.
    - bugfix: segfault if disk-queue was started up with old queue file
      Thanks to Tomas Heinrich for the patch.
    - bugfix: memory leak in array passing output module mode
    by 5.8.9 [V5-stable] 2012-03-15:
    - added tool to recover disk queue if .qi file is missing
      (recover_qi.pl)
      Thanks to Kaiwang Chen for contributing this tool
    - bugfix: stopped DA queue was never processed after a restart
      due to a regression from statistics module.
    - added better doc for statsobj interface.
      Thanks to Kaiwang Chen for his suggestions and analysis in
      regard to the stats subsystem.
    by 5.8.8  [V5-stable] 2012-03-05:
    - bugfix: omprog made rsyslog abort on startup if not binary to
      execute was configured
    - bugfix: imklog invalidly computed facility and severity
      closes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=313
      improves interop with systemd journal
* Mon Feb 20 2012 mt@suse.com
  - Detect if we have to use the new /run/systemd/journal/syslog
    socket instead of the /dev/log under newer systemd versions.
    Obsoletes listen.conf installed by systemd (bnc#747871).
  - updated to 5.8.7 [V5-stable]:
    - bugfix: instabilities when using RFC5424 header fields
      Thanks to Kaiwang Chen for the patch
    - bugfix: imuxsock did truncate part of received message if it did
      not contain a proper date. The truncation occured because we
      removed that part of the messages that was expected to be the date.
      closes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=295
    - bugfix: potential abort after reading invalid X.509 certificate
      closes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=290
      Thanks to Tomas Heinrich for the patch
    - bugfix: stats counter were not properly initialized on creation
    - FQDN hostname for multihomed host was not always set to the correct
      name if multiple aliases existed. Thanks to Tomas Heinreich for the
      patch.
  - updated to 5.8.6 [V5-stable]:
    - bugfix: missing whitespace after property-based filter was not
      detected
    - bugfix: $OMFileFlushInterval period was doubled - now using correct
      value
    - bugfix: ActionQueue could malfunction due to index error
      Thanks to Vlad Grigorescu for the patch
    - bugfix: $ActionExecOnlyOnce interval did not work properly
      Thanks to Tomas Heinrich for the patch
    - bugfix: race condition when extracting program name, APPNAME,
      structured data and PROCID (RFC5424 fields) could lead to invalid
      characters e.g. in dynamic file names or during forwarding (general
      malfunction ofthese fields in templates, mostly under heavy load)
    - bugfix: imuxsock did no longer ignore message-provided timestamp,
      if so configured (the *default*). Lead to no longer sub-second
      timestamps.
      closes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=281
    - bugfix: omfile returns fatal error code for things that go really
      wrong previously, RS_RET_RESUME was returned, which lead to a loop
      inside the rule engine as omfile could not really recover.
    - bugfix: imfile did invalid system call under some circumstances
      when a file that was to be monitored did not exist BUT the state
      file actually existed. Mostly a cosmetic issue. Root cause was
      incomplete error checking in stream.c; so patch may affect other
      code areas.
    - bugfix: rsyslogd -v always said 64 atomics were not present
      thanks to mono_matsuko for the patch
  - Changed /etc/rsyslog.early.conf to just include rsyslog.conf,
    fixed spec to use sd-daemon.[ch] from docs on 11.4 only.
* Mon Feb 20 2012 mt@suse.com
  - Cleaned up the config files a bit, updated comments in config
    file, marked the /etc/rsyslog.early.conf obsolete.
    Note: rsyslog will be started early/before network using its normal
    /etc/rsyslog.conf config file (adopted scripts in syslog-service
    package). When any kind of remote logging is in use, then on-disk
    queues should be enabled. To start it after the network, please set
    the SYSLOG_REQUIRES_NETWORK=yes variable in /etc/sysconfig/syslog
    (bnc#728565).
* Wed Sep 07 2011 mrueckert@suse.de
  - update to 5.8.5 [V5-stable]
    - bugfix/security: off-by-two bug in legacy syslog parser,
      CVE-2011-3200 bnc#714658
    - bugfix: mark message processing did not work correctly
    - bugfix: potential hang condition during tag emulation
    - bugfix: too-early string termination during tag emulation
    - bugfix: The NUL-Byte for the syslogtag was not copied in MsgDup
      (msg.c)
    - bugfix: fixed incorrect state handling for Discard Action
      (transactions) Note: This caused all messages in a batch to be
      set to COMMITTED, even if they were discarded.
* Wed Aug 24 2011 mt@suse.de
  - Adopted to require new syslog-service package on 12.x, that
    provides the /etc/init.d/syslog LSB init script and systemd
    syslog.service service file. Removed rsyslog.service file
    installation from spec file. (fate#311316).
* Fri Aug 19 2011 mrueckert@suse.de
  - Update to 5.8.4 [V5-stable]
    - bugfix: potential misadressing in property replacer
    - bugfix: memcpy overflow can occur in allowed sender checkig if
      a name is resolved to IPv4-mapped-on-IPv6 address Found by
      Ismail Dönmez at suse
    - bugfix: potential misadressing in property replacer
    - bugfix: MSGID corruption in RFC5424 parser under some
      circumstances closes:
      http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=275
  - remove rsyslog-5.8.0-memcpy.patch:
    applied upstream
  - fix build for older distros:
    only buildrequire systemd-devel for newer than 11.4, use systemd
    for the others
* Fri Aug 19 2011 crrodriguez@opensuse.org
  - Fix build with new gnutls
* Tue Aug 02 2011 aj@suse.de
  - Require systemd-devel to follow package split.
* Wed Jul 13 2011 mrueckert@suse.de
  - drop modules imtemplate and omtemplate, the 2 modules are base
    templates for people who want to develop their own modules.
* Tue Jul 12 2011 mrueckert@suse.de
  - enabled a few more modules which dont pull extra dependencies:
    impstats, pmcisconames, pmaixforwardedfrom, pmsnare, pmrfc3164sd,
    omruleset, mmsnmptrapd
* Tue Jul 12 2011 mrueckert@suse.de
  - guard the file list entry for rsyslog.service with
    if {with systemd}. Please keep the package working on older
    distros.
* Tue Jul 12 2011 mrueckert@suse.de
  - upstream asked to change the syntax in the default config files
    to the new syntax:
    old: *.* * # (write to all)
    new: *.* :omusrmsg:*
    old: *.* $channel
    new: *.* :omfile:$channel
    from what i can see we are only affected with:
    old: *.emerg *
    new: *.emerg :omusrmsg:*
* Tue Jul 12 2011 mrueckert@suse.de
  - Updated to 5.8.3  [V5-stable]
    - systemd support: set stdout/stderr to null - thx to Lennart for
      the patch
    - added support for the ":omusrmsg:" syntax in configuring user
      messages
    - added support for the ":omfile:" syntax in configuring user
      messages Note: previous outchannel syntax will generate a
      warning message. This may be surprising to some users, but it
      is quite urgent to alert them of the new syntax as v6 can no
      longer support the previous one.
* Tue Jun 21 2011 mt@suse.de
  - Updated to 5.8.2 [V5-stable] (bnc#701282) a maintenance release,
    containing only stability fixes:
    - bugfix: problems in failover action handling
      closes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=270
      closes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=254
    - bugfix: mutex was invalidly left unlocked during action processing
      At least one case where this can occur is during thread shutdown,
      which may be initiated by lower activity. In most cases, this is
      quite unlikely to happen. However, if it does, data structures may be
      corrupted which could lead to fatal failure and segfault. I detected
      this via a testbench test, not a user report. But I assume that some
      users may have had unreproducable aborts that were cause by this bug.
    - bugfix: memory leak in imtcp & subsystems under some circumstances
      This leak is tied to error conditions which lead to incorrect cleanup
      of some data structures. [backport from v6]
    - bugfix/improvement:$WorkDirectory now gracefully handles trailing
      slashes
* Tue May 31 2011 aj@suse.de
  - Add systemd service file back (bnc#696963).
* Fri May 27 2011 mt@suse.de
  - Removed touch of obsolete /var/log/boot.log from spec post.
* Thu May 19 2011 mrueckert@suse.de
  - update to 5.8.1
    - bugfix: invalid processing in QUEUE_FULL condition If the the
      multi-submit interface was used and a QUEUE_FULL condition
      occured, the failed message was properly destructed. However,
      the rest of the input batch, if it existed, was not processed.
      So this lead to potential loss of messages and a memory leak.
      The potential loss of messages was IMHO minor, because they
      would have been dropped in most cases due to the queue
      remaining full, but very few lucky ones from the batch may have
      made it. Anyhow, this has now been changed so that the rest of
      the batch is properly tried to be enqueued and, if not
      possible, destructed.
    - new module mmsnmptrapd, a sample message modification module
      This can be useful to reformat snmptrapd messages and also
      serves as a sample for how to write message modification
      modules using the output module interface. Note that we
      introduced this new functionality directly into the stable
      release, as it does not modify the core and as such cannot have
      any side-effects if it is not used (and thus the risk is solely
      on users requiring that functionality).
    - bugfix: rate-limiting inside imuxsock did not work 100% correct
      reason was that a global config variable was invalidly accessed
      where a listener variable should have been used.  Also
      performance-improved the case when rate limiting is turned off
      (this is a very unintrusive change, thus done directly to the
      stable version).
    - bugfix: $myhostname not available in RainerScript (and no error
      message) closes:
      http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=233
    - bugfix: memory and file descriptor leak in stream processing
      Leaks could occur under some circumstances if the file stream
      handler errored out during the open call. Among others, this
      could cause very big memory leaks if there were a problem with
      unreadable disk queue files. In regard to the memory leak, this
      closes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=256
    - bugfix: doc for impstats had wrong config statements also,
      config statements were named a bit inconsistent, resolved that
      problem by introducing an alias and only documenting the
      consistent statements Thanks to Marcin for bringing up this
      problem.
    - bugfix: IPv6-address could not be specified in omrelp this was
      due to improper parsing of ":" closes:
      http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=250
    - bugfix: TCP connection invalidly aborted when messages needed
      to be discarded (due to QUEUE_FULL or similar problem)
    - bugfix: $LocalHostName was not honored under all circumstances
      closes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=258
    - bugfix(minor): improper template function call in syslogd.c
* Fri Apr 29 2011 idoenmez@novell.com
  - Add rsyslog-5.6.5-memcpy.patch: fix overflowing memcpy call in
    runtime/net.c
* Wed Apr 27 2011 mrueckert@suse.de
  - move most of the additional requirements and subpackages into
    conditionals so we can switch them on and off by more easily.
* Tue Apr 26 2011 mt@suse.de
  - Dropped obsolete rsyslog-systemd-integration.bnc656104.diff
* Tue Apr 26 2011 mrueckert@suse.de
  - dont ship the systemd service file for now.
* Sun Apr 24 2011 mrueckert@suse.de
  - update to 5.8.0 (v5-tsable)
    This is the new v5-stable branch, importing all feature from the
    5.7.x versions. To see what has changed in regard to the previous
    v5-stable, check the entries for 5.7.x in
    /usr/share/doc/packages/rsyslog/ChangeLog.
    - bugfix: race condition in deferred name resolution
      closes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=238
      Special thanks to Marcin for his persistence in helping to solve this
      bug.
    - bugfix: DA queue was never shutdown once it was started
      closes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=241
  - dropped patch rsyslog-deferred-dns-query-race.diff
    included in the release
  - refreshed rsyslog-systemd-integration.bnc656104.diff:
    most of the patch went upstream just a small chunk left
  - fixed the with_dbi conditional, it was using the build_with_relp.
  - added a new conditional with_systemd and moved all the systemd
    specific things from suse_version >= 1140 to the with_systemd
    conditional. the patch line in the preamble should be
    unconditional.
* Fri Apr 08 2011 mt@suse.de
  - bugfix: race condition in deferred name resolution (id=238)
    from v5.8.0 candidate.
* Thu Mar 24 2011 mt@suse.de
  - Updated to 5.6.5 (v5-stable) with following bugfixes:
    * bugfix: failover did not work correctly if repeated msg
    reduction was on.
    affected directive: $ActionExecOnlyWhenPreviousIsSuspended on
    * bugfix: omlibdbi did not use password from rsyslog.conf
    closes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=203
    * bugfix(kind of): tell users that config graph can currently
    not be generated
    closes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=232
    * bugfix: discard action did not work under some circumstances
    fixes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=217
    (bnc#676041)
    * bugfix: potential abort condition when $RepeatedMsgReduction
    were set to on as well as potentially in a number of other places
    where MsgDup() was used. This only happened when the imudp input
    module was used and it depended on name resolution not yet had
    taken place. (bnc#679030)
    * bugfix: fixed a memory leak and potential abort condition
    this could happen if multiple rulesets were used and some output
    batches contained messages belonging to more than one ruleset.
    fixes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=226
    fixes: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=218
    * bugfix: memory leak when $RepeatedMsgReduction on was used
    bug tracker: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=225
    (bnc#681568)
  - Merged systemd socket activation support
* Wed Feb 02 2011 mt@suse.de
  - update to 5.6.3 (v5-stable) with following bugfixes (digest):
    * action processor released mememory too early, resulting in
    potential issue in retry cases (very unlikely).
    * batch processing flagged invalid message as "bad" under some
    circumstances
    * unitialized variable could cause issues under extreme
    conditions plus some minor nits.
    * batches which had actions in error were not properly retried
    in all cases
    * imfile did duplicate messages under some circumstances
  - enabled plain tcp input, unix socket output, last message
    parser and the libdbi module as separate package.
  - disabled systemd patch for openSUSE <= 11.3
* Thu Jan 20 2011 mt@suse.de
  - Improved systemd socket activation support to allow multiple
    unix sockets and activation in forking mode (bnc#656197).
* Fri Dec 03 2010 mt@suse.de
  - update to 5.6.2 (v5-stable) with following bugfixes:
    * compile failed on systems without epoll_create1()
      Thanks to David Hill for providing a fix.
    * atomic increment for msg object may not work correct on
      all platforms. Thanks to Chris Metcalf for the patch
    * replacements for atomic operations for non-int sized types
      had problems. At least one instance of that problem could
      potentially lead to abort (inside omfile).
  - Increased mark frequency in rsyslog.conf to 1 hour
  - Enabled duplicate message reduction in rsyslog.conf to catch
    at least buggy programs running amok and writting same message
    zillion times until the disk gets out of space (bnc#656197).
  - Merged rsyslog-systemd-integration.bnc656104.diff (fuzz=0).
* Mon Nov 29 2010 mt@suse.de
  - update to 5.6.1
    This release addresses a TLS bug, that has been bothering a lot
    of users lately. It stops rsyslog from looping, thus disabling
    functionality and bearing the risk of unresponsiveness of the
    whole system. Other issues have been fixed for imptcp, failing
    testbench, segfault on empty templates and failed compile.
    For more detailed information, please review the ChangeLog and
      http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=194,
      http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=204,
      http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=206.
  - applied systemd integration base patch (without the service and
    socket unit files, because we'll use same for all syslog damons)
    extracted from git master (bnc#656104).
* Sat Nov 20 2010 coolo@novell.com
  - build with libnet-devel on 11.4
* Mon Nov 15 2010 chris@computersalat.de
  - update to 5.6.0
    This release brings all changes and enhancements of the 5.5.x
    series to the v5-stable branch.
    - bugfix: a couple of problems that imfile had on some platforms,
      namely Ubuntu (not their fault, but occured there)
    - bugfix: imfile utilizes 32 bit to track offset. Most importantly,
      this problem can not experienced on Fedora 64 bit OS (which has
      64 bit long's!)
  - removed obsolete patch
    - xconsole-pipe-loop
  - rpmlint
    - name-repeated-in-summary C Rsyslog
* Wed Apr 28 2010 mt@suse.de
  - Added $klogConsoleLogLevel 1 to the config, to use same default
    [KERNEL_LOGLEVEL in /etc/sysconfig/syslog] as klogd (bnc#593699).
  - Improved filter to discard iptables msgs higher err on console,
    changed to set default file template instead per file, removed
    duplicate filters (bnc#593699).
* Tue Apr 27 2010 mt@suse.de
  - Applied fix to avoid a tight send-retry loop in case there is
    nobody receiving the messages sent to the xconsole pipe
    (bnc#597293, http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=186).
  - Disabled relp support for < 11.3 (librelp is new)
  - Fixed to create /var/run/rsyslog in post-install (rpmlint)
* Wed Apr 14 2010 mrueckert@suse.de
  - dropped install_all_modules_in_lib conditional and all related
    code
  - new subpackages
    - enable RELP support. new depdendency librelp
    - enable diagnotic tools.
    - enable UDP spoof support. new dependency libnet
  - moved module paths to 2 variables defined on top of the spec
* Tue Apr 13 2010 mt@suse.de
  - Updated to rsyslog version 5.4.0 (v5-stable). This version begins
    a new stable series based on the 5.3.x series, which has been
    proven rather well in practice. The new 5.4.0 contains fixes for
    all known problems. See ChangeLog file for a detailed history.
    The main new feature is speed: several optimizations were done,
    including support for epoll in tcp listeners.
  - Added new lmzlibw.so and omruleset.so to the file list.
  - Recompressed original tar.gz source archive using bzip2.
* Wed Sep 09 2009 mt@suse.de
  - Added read-only RSYSLOGD_NATIVE_VERSION sysconfig/syslog variable,
    that is set to the native mode version number for the -c parameter
    while every installation and used in the /etc/init.d/syslog script,
    except the user overrides this default in RSYSLOGD_COMPAT_VERSION.
* Wed Sep 02 2009 mt@suse.de
  - Updated to rsyslog version 4.4.1 (v4-stable), a bug-fixing release,
    providing some important fixes for issues that have only been
    detected after the beta phase. Some of them are serious (like a
    segfault when UDP messageforwarding is activated), so users of
    4.4.0 are urged to upgrade to this release. Changelog for 4.4.1:
    * features requiring Java are automatically disabled if Java
      is not present (thanks to Michael Biebl for his help!)
    * bugfix: invalid double-quoted PRI, among others in outgoing
      messages. This causes grief with all receivers.
      Bug tracker: http://bugzilla.adiscon.com/show_bug.cgi?id=147
    * bugfix: Java testing tools were required, even if testbench
      was disabled. This resulted in build errors if no Java was
      present on the build system, even though none of the selected
      option actually required Java. (I forgot to backport a similar
      fix to newer releases).
    * bugfix (backport): omfwd segfault. Note that the orginal (higher
      version) patch states this happens only when debugging mode is
      turned on. That statement is wrong: if debug mode is turned off,
      the message is not being emitted, but the division by zero in
      the actual parameters still happens.
  - Removed jave2-devel-packages from build requires again
* Tue Sep 01 2009 mt@suse.de
  - Updated to rsyslog version 4.4.0, the actual stable 4.4.x series.
    It provides several bugfixes, performance improvements and new
    features: It adds generic network stream server for syslog, the
    capability to rebind the send socket of the UDP output section,
    allows multiple tcp listeners, multiple recipients in ommail,
    new plugins as omprog, improved documentation and testbench
    with a config switch. Please review ChangeLog file for details.
  - Removed obsolete moddirs patch (included in 4.4.0)
  - Added java2-devel-packages to BuildRequires (for test suite)
  - Enabled omprog and omtemplate plugins, added them and the
    lmstrmsrv plugin to the base-plugins file list.
* Mon Apr 20 2009 mt@suse.de
  - Improved config file comments about usage of additional
    modules provided in separate rsyslog-module packages.
  - Enabled GnuTLS (syslog-transport-tls) support module.
* Mon Apr 20 2009 mt@suse.de
  - Updated to rsyslog 3.20.6 [v3-stable]

Files

/usr/lib/rsyslog/mmaudit.so
/usr/lib/rsyslog/mmjsonparse.so
/usr/lib/rsyslog/mmnormalize.so


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