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HTTP 403 on the client (randomly); HTTP 200 in the IIS 6 log

The title pretty much explains it... what can cause a web browser to show a 403 forbidden error but the IIS log shows a status code of 200 OK? It is random and not consistent. The client, in this ...
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Analysing user behaviour using IIS log

Recently I've decided to try to analyse user behavior on my site by using the information in the IIS log files in order to think of improvements to the site. I've tried some free tools to analyse logs ...
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IIS 6 Incorrect Log Timestamp

On of our web servers is logging the time incorrectly. We are running IIS 6 on Server 2003 SP2. As of April 2012, all of the entries in the web log are dated 2013-01-18 21:15:15. Has anyone seen this ...
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1answer
227 views

looking for a pattern in iis files with logparser s

I am looking to extract from iis when a certain user session indicated here by aspnetsessionid times out prior to 10 minutes session timeout I have set on this application. I am trying to parse ...
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1answer
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Automatically Clear IIS Logs Periodically

We have an IIS server on a Windows Server 2003 box where the log files keep filling up the hard disk. What I am looking for is a scheduled process that every once in a while will go in and clean up ...
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1answer
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Trac site usage in intranet

I need to track the usage on the intranet. I would like to be able to see how many times every file in the intranet are accessed. I have been looking into using a tool that parses the access logs but ...
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2answers
237 views

Tell if IIS is being asked to serve compressed pages?

I'm trying to find out if our IIS server is being asked to serve pages compressed. I'm a noob regarding a lot of this so am working my way through the issues. We're using IIS 6.0 and have correctly ...
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568 views

Time gap and header reprint in IIS6 logs

We had some users complaining about a web service not responding periodically, so I took a look in my IIS logs, and found that periodically, there are time-gaps and a reprint of the header that ...
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1answer
883 views

What does zero time-taken in IIS log file mean?

What does a 0 (zero) in the time-taken field of an IIS 6 log really mean? I'm trying to get the average time-taken before and after a particular change to see if it had a positive affect, but I'm not ...
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2answers
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IIS Logs not getting created

I have a site running on IIS 6. I have turned on logging on the website tab of IIS and specified a directory for it to write to. Set it to an hourly schedule. However no logs are ever created. Have ...
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5answers
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IIS logs show sc-win32-status=64 but only through some networks

I have an ASP.NET application running on a client server (W2k3, IIS6, .NET 2.0). FWIW, this is a Test instance, it hasn't been moved into Production yet. So it is not running under SSL, load ...
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What IIS log parser should I use?

I've always just gone in and looked at the IIS log files manually. But now I need to sort through several huge log files for an ASP.NET application and I'm thinking some kind of parser would be a good ...
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1answer
129 views

IIS 6 - Only certain directories are being logged

I have 3 websites on a Windows 2003 server with IIS 6. They all have the same logging options set up. (As far as I can tell) However, one of the sites is only logging 2 .NET applications, and is not ...
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3answers
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AWStats and Time Taken to serve the Request

I have several IIS 6 web servers I manage and I turn on the time-taken field in the logs. I use AWStats to generate various reports from the log data. One of my developer counterparts has recently ...
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1answer
592 views

IIS logging troubleshooting

We've got an IIS server that hosts about a dozen small websites. A couple of the websites do not log activity. We've gone into the IIS Admin console and each website is configured to log daily into ...
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Any freeware IIS log analyzer? [closed]

It would be nice to use ASP.NET, but PHP is ok too, and should be hosted in IIS6. EDIT: the logs are from our intranet site.