syslog-ng is an enhanced log daemon, supporting a wide range of input and output methods: syslog, unstructured text, queueing, SQL & NoSQL.
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Documentation sources for syslog-ng Open Source Edition (https://github.com/balabit/syslog-ng)
Getting started with syslog-ng development
qlogsystem is a very efficient and easy to use logger library written in C++ (using the Qt framework).
Docker images for syslog-ng development, testing, playground.
Experimental modules for syslog-ng 3.5+
Rust modules for syslog-ng
Zorp low-level library
IPTables addons relate to Zorp (sevice, zone match) and KZorp (kzorp target).
Zorp GPL kernel module
Missing git magic.
Type safety checker for Python3
tox plugin to install debian package
eventlog is a library for creating structured events from applications, and is the workhorse behind syslog-ng's own messages.
Example configurations for Zorp version 3.9 (with KZorp)
Mirror of the OpenWRT repository
Source code of syslog-ng.org
syslog-ng Debian/Ubuntu packaging