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The project’s source code is freely available and you are very welcome to contribute or report bugs.

SyslogSend Documentation:

System Requirements:
Linux or MacOS with a command-line interface
(i.e. Terminal)
Basic knowledge of the Linux shell
Good English skills
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If you feel like you can help out, here’s what you need to do:

Open a terminal and navigate to the folder where SyslogSend resides.

Clone the repository and make sure you have git installed

git clone

Install SyslogSend with:

sudo apt-get install git

cd into the cloned directory

cd SyslogSend

Run SyslogSend by passing it the filename or address of a log file (or multiple if multiple files are to be included) and then the message you’d like to send.

NOTE: For the most part, SyslogSend is very simple, however, there are a few things that you need to know in order to use it.

Pay attention to the following:

The SyslogSend program assumes that the syslog server you want to send the message to is local and on the same host as the program itself.

If your syslog server is on a remote host or in a different domain than the host where the SyslogSend program is running, you will need to specify a username and password (in addition to the ip address and port of the syslog server).

To use a non-default username and password, enter them in the following way:

SyslogSend [ -m , [-p ], [-u ,] ] [ [-f ], [-t ,] ]

The -m command-line option allows you to send the message. If no message is provided, SyslogSend will print the name of the file it is currently reading from. To send

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– d=domain
– f=facility
– t=tag (syslog tag, default “5”)
– c=category
– p=priority
– u=syslog message uid (default is all messages)
– s=syslog message string (default is all messages)
– q=stop
– Q=start (not supported)
– s=type=print (default is all messages)
– x=message type (default is unknown)
syslogSend -t 5 -s “user%a@%f” -p “info” “Test”
syslogSend -d “test.local” -c 5 -u “user@localhost” -f “user” -s “test” -t 5 -p “info” “Hello World”
Here are some samples that show you what you can do with SyslogSend.
1) Send a message to syslog server on localhost on category “user”.
SyslogSend -d “localhost” -c 5 -u “user@localhost” -s “test” -t 5 -p “info” “Hello world”
2) Send a message to syslog server on localhost on category “user”.
SyslogSend -d “localhost” -c 5 -u “user@localhost” -s “test” -t 5 -p “info” “Hello world” -s “note” “Something else” -t 5 -p “info” “Finished”
3) Send a message to syslog server on localhost on category “user”.
SyslogSend -d “localhost” -c 5 -u “user@localhost” -s “test” -t 5 -p “info” “Hello world” -s “note” “Something else” -t 5 -p “info” “Finished” -c “user” -u “root” -s “debug” “This is root”
4) Send a message to syslog server on localhost on category “user”.
SyslogSend -d “localhost” -c 5 -u “user@localhost” -s “test” -t 5 -p “info” “Hello world” -s “note” “Something else” -t 5 -p “info” “Finished” -c “user” -u “root” -s “debug” “This is root” –


This tool is designed to send a syslog message to a remote system or process.
It’s ideal for tasks such as reporting, monitoring, alerting or even automation.
To send a syslog message to a remote system or process, you need to create a syslog message and then use
SyslogSend to send the message to the remote system.
SyslogSend supports the following features:
* Syslog message format
* Dynamic host configuration
* Detailed logging
* Authentication
* User based routing
* Maximum payload size
* User-defined payload
…and more!
Install SyslogSend with a single command, via Homebrew or with a package manager of your choice.
homebrew install syslogsend
If you have Homebrew installed on your machine, run the following to install SyslogSend:
brew tap logentries/homebrew-syslogsend
brew install syslogsend
Once installed, you can run SyslogSend using the command:
syslogsend [options]
Displays the help message.
Displays the intro message.
Displays the list of options available.
Displays the usage message.
Displays the usage examples.
Displays the version information.
Displays the version string.
Allows you to pass additional variables to a dynamic host when sending the message.
For more information, check the official documentation.
Using SyslogSend:
To send a syslog message, use the following syntax:
syslogsend [options] message-body
message-body is a syslog message that can contain any number of the following fields:
* facility
* severity
* timestamp
* host
* message-body
* tag
* source
* pid
… and more!
You can combine several of these items together and SyslogSend will add them all
together as a single syslog message.
Suppose that you want to send a syslog message with the following values:
* Facility: network
* Severity: notice
* Message: Windows host. The host is up.
* Timestamp: 2019-01-09T13:01:01

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SyslogSend is a lightweight commandline utility that enables you to send a syslog message to the desired server.
For a list of supported syslog servers see the –help commandline option.

SyslogSend [options] [message]

The [message] parameter can be a string or an object. This object contains the
syslog message to be sent. If the [message] parameter is a string, the syslog message
is split on newlines and a dot (.) is used as a delimiter.

You can send log messages to your syslog server by using the following commandline option:
SyslogSend –target mysyslogserver –logmessage mylogmessage

If you want to send a full message with syslog header, you can use the following commandline option:
SyslogSend –target mysyslogserver –logmessage mymessage, syslogmessage

You can also use any arbitrary message in the format you want:
SyslogSend –target mysyslogserver –logmessage mymessage –fromdate 10/01/2000
–todate 10/01/2010
–msgpartitionname mySyslogMsg –my message

The [message] can also be a file name or a URL if you want to send messages to the server
from a logfile.

Supported syslog servers:
–all All servers supported by the server module.
–aix AIX server module.
–aixsgi SGI Irix server module.

System Requirements For SyslogSend:

Windows 98 SE or Windows 2000 or better
20GB of hard drive space
128MB of memory
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