[nSLUG] Best Linux SYSLOG server.

Rory rory at unixism.org
Fri May 22 13:04:47 ADT 2020

As usual, it depends :-)

rsyslog is the default in most distros and it is quite powerful. I've
used it as a central log server and also in scenarios where it 'fans
out' incoming logs to multiple downstream servers/collectors. There's a
bunch of functional and pattern matching features.

syslog-ng is also a swiss army knife, maybe even more than rsyslog but
I have, in the past, had problems with performance above 10,000
messages per second. YMMV

On Thu, 2020-05-21 at 20:50 -0300, Stephen Yorke wrote:
> Heya all.
> Long time since I have posted but going to start a project next week
> using SYSLOG and Python for some reporting. 
> What do you all classify the best SYSLOG server for Linux?
> Thanks in advance, 
> -Stephen
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