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Wireshark suggests that the message is being sent and received. However, RFC3164 suggests that there's no hard, normative standard for sending events over TCP: some applications end events with LF, some with CRLF, and some use byte-counting. Sys::Syslog likes LF+NUL and gives you a way to suppress the null, but the option to suppress the LF doesn't work; I've raised a ticket for that and another for the RFC-violating date format. All in all, with no standards and without the ability to suppress the LF experimentally, it's not surprising that the syslog collectors we've tried don't really like the events that Sys::Syslog emits. :-(

In reply to Re^2: Sys::Syslog skips the first event by MarkusLaker
in thread Sys::Syslog skips the first event by MarkusLaker

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