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Friday, December 09, 2005 


This handy utility lets you query logs just like SQL:

LogParser - Download LogParser.

Running this from the command line tells me which pages are getting 500 errors:

LogParser.exe "SELECT cs-uri-stem, count(*) FROM ex*.log where sc-status=500 group by cs-uri-stem"

Where ‘ex*.log’ are all my IIS log files…

Forensic Log Parsing with Microsoft's LogParser - covers some useful samples for identifying suspicious activity in your IIS logs.

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