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iis6 - logman - ETL file layout and add Request ID

As output of logman command is created ETL file.

What is the meaning of each column there?
Can I add Request Id there?

Commands that I run:
logman start W3wpTrace -p "IIS: WWW Server" -ets -o c:\W3wpTrace_server.etl
logman stop W3wpTrace -ets
tracerpt  c:\W3wpTrace_server.etl -o c:\W3wpTrace_server.csv /y

  Event Name             Type              TID                 Clock-Time       Kernel(ms)         User(ms)       User Data                                                                                                                              
  EventTrace           Header       0x00000A0C      1.30021E+17      0      0      65536      33620485      3790      1      1.30021E+17      100144      0       0x00000000      2      1      4      0      2106       0x00614D48       0x00614D5A      0      3579545      1.30021E+17       0x00000002      0      0      0

...
    IISCache       URL_CACHE_ACCESS_START       0x000011E4      1.30021E+17      0      0       {00000000-0000-0000-0400-0060000000fc}       "/"      0      0                                                                                                            
  IISGeneral       GENERAL_GET_URL_METADATA       0x000011E4      1.30021E+17      0      0       {00000000-0000-0000-0400-0060000000fc}       "C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\site1\"      517      0      0
Microsoft IIS Web ServerWindows Server 2003

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