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openSUSE-RU-2013:1693-1: rsyslog: update to 7.4.6
openSUSE Recommended Update: rsyslog: update to 7.4.6
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Announcement ID: openSUSE-RU-2013:1693-1
Rating: low
References: #848574
Affected Products:
openSUSE 13.1
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An update that has one recommended fix can now be installed.

Description:

This update fixes the following issues with rsyslog:
- bnc#848574: update to 7.4.6 [v7.4-stable] Fixes various
segfault, memory leak and buffer overrun fixes and a
selection of application bugs
+ bugfix: potential abort during HUP
+ bugfix: imtcp flowControl parameter incorrectly
defaulted to "off"
+ now requires libestr 0.1.9 for number handling in
RainerScript
+ bugfix: memory leak in strlen() RainerScript function
+ bugfix: buffer overrun if re_extract function was
called for submatch 50
+ bugfix: memleak in re_extract() function
+ bugfix: potential abort in RainerScript optimizer
+ bugfix: memory leak in omhiredis
+ bugfix: segfault if variable was assigned to
non-container subtree

- also contains changes from 7.4.5
+ mmanon: removed the check for specific "terminator
characters"
+ omelasticsearch: add failed.httprequests stats counter
+ bugfix: invalid property filter was not properly
disabled in ruleset
+ bugfix: segfault if re_extract() function was used and
no match found
+ bugfix: potential misadressing on startup if
property-filter was used
+ bugfix: omelasticsearch: correct failed.http stats
counter
+ bugfix: omelasticsearch: did not correctly initialize
stats counters
+ bugfix: omelasticsearch: failed.es counter was only
maintained in bulk mode
+ bugfix: mmanon did not detect all IP addresses in
rewrite mode
+ bugfix: mmanon sometimes used invalid replacement char
in simple mode
+ bugfix: memory leak in mmnormalize
+ bugfix: array-based ==/!= comparisions lead to invalid
results
+ bugfix: omprog blocked signals to executed programs
+ bugfix: doc: imuxsock legacy param
$SystemLogSocketParseTrusted was misspelled
+ bugfix: imfile "facility" input parameter improperly
handled
+ bugfix: small memory leak in imfile when
$ResetConfigVariables was used
+ bugfix: segfault on startup if TLS was used but no CA
cert set
+ bugfix: segfault on startup if TCP TLS was used but no
cert or key set
+ bugfix: some more build problems with newer json-c
versions
+ bugfix: build system: libgcrypt.h needed even if
libgrcypt was disabled

- fix build on ppc


Patch Instructions:

To install this openSUSE Recommended Update use YaST online_update.
Alternatively you can run the command listed for your product:

- openSUSE 13.1:

zypper in -t patch openSUSE-2013-854

To bring your system up-to-date, use "zypper patch".


Package List:

- openSUSE 13.1 (i586 x86_64):

rsyslog-7.4.6-2.4.1
rsyslog-debuginfo-7.4.6-2.4.1
rsyslog-debugsource-7.4.6-2.4.1
rsyslog-diag-tools-7.4.6-2.4.1
rsyslog-diag-tools-debuginfo-7.4.6-2.4.1
rsyslog-doc-7.4.6-2.4.1
rsyslog-module-dbi-7.4.6-2.4.1
rsyslog-module-dbi-debuginfo-7.4.6-2.4.1
rsyslog-module-elasticsearch-7.4.6-2.4.1
rsyslog-module-elasticsearch-debuginfo-7.4.6-2.4.1
rsyslog-module-gcrypt-7.4.6-2.4.1
rsyslog-module-gcrypt-debuginfo-7.4.6-2.4.1
rsyslog-module-gssapi-7.4.6-2.4.1
rsyslog-module-gssapi-debuginfo-7.4.6-2.4.1
rsyslog-module-gtls-7.4.6-2.4.1
rsyslog-module-gtls-debuginfo-7.4.6-2.4.1
rsyslog-module-guardtime-7.4.6-2.4.1
rsyslog-module-guardtime-debuginfo-7.4.6-2.4.1
rsyslog-module-mmnormalize-7.4.6-2.4.1
rsyslog-module-mmnormalize-debuginfo-7.4.6-2.4.1
rsyslog-module-mysql-7.4.6-2.4.1
rsyslog-module-mysql-debuginfo-7.4.6-2.4.1
rsyslog-module-pgsql-7.4.6-2.4.1
rsyslog-module-pgsql-debuginfo-7.4.6-2.4.1
rsyslog-module-relp-7.4.6-2.4.1
rsyslog-module-relp-debuginfo-7.4.6-2.4.1
rsyslog-module-snmp-7.4.6-2.4.1
rsyslog-module-snmp-debuginfo-7.4.6-2.4.1
rsyslog-module-udpspoof-7.4.6-2.4.1
rsyslog-module-udpspoof-debuginfo-7.4.6-2.4.1


References:

https://bugzilla.novell.com/848574


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