184.108.40.206. The HEADER message part
The HEADER part contains the following elements:
VERSION: Version number of the syslog protocol standard. Currently this can only be
ISOTIMESTAMP: The time when the message was generated in the ISO 8601 compatible standard timestamp format (yyyy-mm-ddThh:mm:ss+-ZONE), for example:
HOSTNAME: The machine that originally sent the message.
APPLICATION: The device or application that generated the message
PID: The process name or process ID of the syslog application that sent the message. It is not necessarily the process ID of the application that generated the message.
MESSAGEID: The ID number of the message.
The syslog-ng application supports other timestamp formats as well, like ISO, or the PIX extended format. The timestamp used in the IETF-syslog protocol is derived from RFC3339, which is based on ISO8601. For details, see the
The syslog-ng OSE application will truncate the following fields:
If APP-NAME is longer than 48 characters it will be truncated to 48 characters.
If PROC-ID is longer than 128 characters it will be truncated to 128 characters.
If MSGID is longer than 32 characters it will be truncated to 32 characters.
If HOSTNAME is longer than 255 characters it will be truncated to 255 characters.