Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Daemonlogger 1.2.1 Released (and, oh yeah, 1.2.0)

Daemonlogger 1.2.1 is available at its usual place. This release is a cleanup that allows compilation to work properly on systems which don't support the BSD TAILQ macros (like some Linux's).

I also neglected to announce the release of Deamonlogger 1.2.0. That release changed the default pruning mechanism for ringbuffer mode back to the original default of pruning the oldest file in the logging directory and allows you to do per-run pruning by setting the -z switch at the command line. It also repaired a bug with size-based rollovers not working properly.

Get Daemonlogger here.

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At 12:45 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mr. Roesch,

Is Daemonlogger v1.2.1 capable of capturing IPv6 traffic? If so, what options would one use?

Thanks for such awesome code!

At 3:28 PM, Blogger Martin Roesch said...

Daemonlogger should capture IPv6 traffic just fine, you don't have to use any special options to make it work.

Have fun!


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