On Mon, May 24, 2010 at 1:03 AM, Allan McRae <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Upstream bugfix release. *Signoff both.
> Upstream NEWS:
> *Sun, 11 Apr 2010 10:26:57 +0200
> ** Solaris 10 SMF script now checks if the pid file refers to an
> * actual instance of syslog-ng to make sure that syslog-ng is
> * started even after a system crash.
> ** The System V init script used on Solaris 8/9 gave ugly error messages
> * if the dump device doesn't exist (which happens in a chroot/zone
> * environment), this was fixed.
> ** Fixed a 100% CPU usage if the configuration file uses the pipe
> * driver on a regular file or a file driver on a named pipe.
> ** Fixed a daylight saving problem in the transition window when
> * receiving a BSD timestamp.
> ** syslog-ng CSV format statistics (reachable via syslog-ng-ctl) is
> * now properly escaped.
> *Other changes:
> ** Added "TAGS" macro which expands to a list of comma separated
> * message tags.