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IIS Log parser for IIS Logs

Posted on 2011-03-09
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Hi

I'm running Windows 2008 Server SP2. I have Exchange 2007 SP2 Client Access Server role installed on a server.

Some OWA users are stating their connection is slow.

The IIS logs are too large to go through, so I was planning on using IIS Log Parser.

Does anyone know how I'd write a query to:

- Find the time taken for OWA usage by Domain\User1, Domain\User2 and Domain\User3

- Find the cause of the time taken and where the delay was
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I am not familar with the exact log fields but it is just a SQL query. You could use Log Parser Lizard to help create the Query for you from it's samples.

From the question is as simlar as a query as  eg: "SELECT userid, TotalTime as sum(X) group by userid".

http://www.lizard-labs.net/log_parser_lizard.aspx

If you still have troubles, you could post sample logs and I'll take a stab at the query for you.

Cheers,
Hades666
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