Dear syslog-ng users,
This is the 108th issue of syslog-ng Insider, a monthly newsletter that brings you syslog-ng-related news.
Version 4.1 of syslog-ng available
Version 4.1.1 of syslog-ng is now available. It brings PROXY protocol v2 support, many metrics related improvements, including initial Prometheus support, improved Kubernetes support, and many bugfixes. For a complete list of syslog-ng changes, check the release notes:
Syslog-ng is now available in Homebrew
Installing syslog-ng on Mac is easy, if you use Homebrew for 3rd party packages. Previously, you had to install dependencies and then compile syslog-ng from source. Now, a single command takes care of everything:
brew install syslog-ng
For more details read https://www.syslog-ng.com/community/b/blog/posts/syslog-ng-is-now-available-in-homebrew
Syslog-ng on MacOS Ventura
Each new MacOS release brings some surprises when it comes to compiling syslog-ng. MacOS Ventura has been released recently, while Homebrew has also been updated. So here are some updated instructions for MacOS Ventura (and also for the last MacOS minor release before Ventura).
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