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“rsyslog” 4.2.0-2ubuntu8 source package in Ubuntu

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rsyslog (4.2.0-2ubuntu8) lucid; urgency=low

  * debian/patches/deroot.patch:
    - After opening /proc/kmsg, set the effective user to an unprivileged
      one and attempt a zero-byte read from the file.  If this succeeds, we
      know that this will work de-rooted; if this fails, we don't enable
      kernel-message logging.  LP: #523610.
 -- Scott James Remnant <email address hidden>   Wed, 24 Feb 2010 18:21:54 +0000

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Uploaded by:
Scott James Remnant (Canonical) on 2010-02-24
Uploaded to:
Lucid
Original maintainer:
Ubuntu Development Team
Component:
main
Architectures:
any
Section:
admin
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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rsyslog: enhanced multi-threaded syslogd

 Rsyslog is an enhanced syslogd supporting, amongst others:
  * reliable syslog over TCP and SSL/TLS
  * on-demand disk buffering
  * email alerting
  * writing to MySQL or PostgreSQL databases (via separate output plugins)
  * permitted sender lists
  * filtering on any part of the syslog message
  * on-the-wire message compression
  * fine grained output format control
  * backup log destinations
 .
 It is quite compatible to stock sysklogd and can be used as a drop-in
 replacement. Its advanced features make it suitable for enterprise-class,
 encryption protected syslog relay chains while at the same time being very
 easy to setup for the novice user.

rsyslog-doc: documentation for rsyslog

 This package contains detailed HTML documentation of rsyslog.
 .
 It describes the general configuration file syntax, like filters, actions and
 templates and has detailed information for all available configuration
 directives.

rsyslog-gnutls: TLS protocol support for rsyslog

 This netstream plugin allows rsyslog to send and receive encrypted syslog
 messages via the upcoming syslog-transport-tls IETF standard protocol.

rsyslog-gssapi: GSSAPI authentication and encryption support for rsyslog

 These plugins allow rsyslog to write and/or receive GSSAPI authenticated and
 encrypted syslog messages. GSSAPI is commonly used for Kerberos
 authentication.

rsyslog-mysql: MySQL output plugin for rsyslog

 This plugin allows rsyslog to write the syslog messages into a MySQL database.

rsyslog-pgsql: PostgreSQL output plugin for rsyslog

 This plugin allows rsyslog to write the syslog messages into a PostgreSQL
 database.

rsyslog-relp: RELP protocol support for rsyslog

 These plugins allows rsyslog to send and receive syslog messages via the
 RELP protocol. RELP ensures the reliable transport over the network even on
 connection loss or if a peer becomes unavailable.