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I have a few websites running purely on IIS7.5 (created in ASP.NET), and I would like to have some statistics over them.

Now I used to have webalizer and awstats as a after-log-analyze utility but it's old and I rather don't want to install extra junk on my production servers.

Are there any log analyze tools available that can generate reports for IIS? Or am I stuck with google analytics like apps.

I am aware that webalizer generates plain HTML files, but I would like something more interactive than that.

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Check out SmarterStats ( As a vendor, they are great, and SmarterStats is excellent. For a single domain it's free (but not clustered logs with the free version), and for multiple sites it's affordable.

AWStats is another free option to consider, but not as rich as SmarterStats.

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