In particular, I have found it to be invaluable for extracting information from the web server logs of the sites that I manage and develop. erik August 1, 2013 Thanks I will check the command on the site and see If it's a typo or some strange artifact when I published it from Live writer. I'm trying to do the following. Leave a comment on this query. http://robertwindows.com/log-parser/log-parser-error-cannot-find-fields-directive.html
It looks like the servername, username, and/or password you supplied were incorrect. logparser file:errortrend.sql Where errortrend.sql contains the following: SELECT TO_STRING(To_timestamp(date, time), ‘MMdd') AS Day, SUM(c200) AS 200s, SUM(c206) AS 206s, SUM(c301) AS 301s, SUM(c302) AS 302s, http://blogs.technet.com/b/rmilne/archive/2014/04/09/end-of-exchange-2010-sp2-support.aspx Please get to SP3.....Cheers, Rhoderick Microsoft Senior Exchange PFE Blog: http://blogs.technet.com/rmilne Twitter: LinkedIn: Facebook: XING: Note: Posts are provided “AS IS” without warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied, Currently i'm using Excel for it, but it rather slowly.
Reply mlichtenberg says: September 11, 2014 at 8:56 am Not sure I understand your use case, but I think the answer is No. Are you saying that you want your query output to include time intervals for which there was nothing logged? What to do when expecting a negative recommendation letter? Request time Returns the number of times a particular page (in this case .as* files) was hit, with the average, minimum, and maximum time taken, along with the standard deviation.
Examples Keep in mind that most of the examples that I give here are all-in-one command line queries (even though many wrap to multiple lines when displayed here). Pingback: Event Log Parser | mesotheliomaattorneyillinois.xyz Henk Beersma says: May 18, 2016 at 8:35 am Hi, I am looking for the following . Privacy statement © 2016 Microsoft. Odd, but it’s a great reference article nonetheless. 23 Log Parser examples can be found at this MSDN blog Here’s an article posted to the official IIS blog shortly after the
I didn't read your query that you have multiple inputs Reply Jay says: June 16, 2015 at 5:07 am How to do the same thing with JAVA programming?? I played around with parentheses and escapes, but I still get the error. Keywords: iisw3c Statement: logparser -i:w3c -o:chart -chartType:barstacked "SELECT CASE strcnt(cs(user-agent),'Firefox') when 1 THEN 'Firefox' else case strcnt(cs(user-agent),'netscape') when 1 THEN 'netscape' else case strcnt(cs(user-agent),'AOL') when 1 THEN 'AOL' else case strcnt(cs(user-agent),'Opera') Leave a comment on this query.
HTTP status codes (text) Return a listing of HTTP status codes. Average bandwidth per second by half hour Returns the average bandwidth, as KBytes per second, broken into 30 minute blocks. Requests by hour (using TO_TIME) Returns a listing of requests by hour, across all days, converted to local time. Hope that helps!
Keywords: iisw3c Statement: logparser -rtp:-1 -i:iisw3c "SELECT TO_LOCALTIME(TO_TIMESTAMP(date, time)) AS [LocalTime], * INTO RecentRequests.txt FROM ex1008*.log WHERE LocalTime > SUB(TO_LOCALTIME(SYSTEM_TIMESTAMP()), TIMESTAMP('0000-01-01 00:15', 'yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm'))" Notes: Change the created timestamp above as https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/22456965/logparser-batch-file-help.html The first command looks for OWA access LogParser -i:csv "SELECT cs-username, date, time, c-ip, cs-uri-stem, cs(User-Agent) FROM C:\log\mergedlog\merge.log TO C:\log\Output.csv WHERE cs-method LIKE ‘%get%' and cs-uri-stem LIKE ‘%owa%' This next command blog comments powered by Disqus Comments and suggestions are both welcome and appreciated! (Contact information.) LogParserPlus.com is maintained by James Skemp. SELECT QUANTIZE(time, 120) as Time, COUNT(*) as Hits FROM ‘C:\u_ex140605.log' WHERE cs-uri-stem NOT LIKE ‘%verifyhttp%' GROUP BY Time ORDER BY Time ASC Reply mlichtenberg says: June 8, 2014 at 2:06 pm
The first query selects from the IIS logs into a CSV file, and the second selects from that CSV file. this content mlichtenberg says: June 9, 2014 at 5:32 pm Here is a solution that I hope will work for you. Wildcard characters, however, can be matched with arbitrary fragments of the character string. Tuesday, April 07, 2015 8:06 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hello again, how can we filter out anything that´s not owa?
Reply ganaysa says: September 11, 2014 at 7:13 am wow ! Leave a comment on this query. Found some things I liked and disliked. weblink Reply Robert says: February 3, 2014 at 8:53 pm SELECT TO_Date TIMESTAMP=(DateCreated, ‘MM-dd-yyyy hh:mm:ss’) DateCreated AS DateCreated, ID as EventID, Count (ID) as EventIDCount, LevelDisplayName as Severity, Server as Server, FROM
User accounts used in IIS 6 FTP login attempts The following Log Parser query can be used on FTP log files in order to determine what user names were used to Thanks Tuesday, April 07, 2015 8:31 PM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote Each web page accessed is shown in the logs. Log Parser is a command line tool; no programming required.
THANKS A LOT Reply mlichtenberg says: October 5, 2013 at 1:19 pm Hmmm, I don't really know. I had to use the Event Viewer to save the log entries to a new *.evtx file in a temporary location before Log Parser was able to access them. The logs show the date of access, the time of access, the command used in the access, then the page being accessed. Can someone take my Wi-Fi signal DOWN?
Assuming the contents of the logs includes date information, you could create a query to return log entries after a certain date. If I could get it to work that is!! This example writes the output of the query to an HTML file that is generated using a template file. check over here You'll notice that you can change the setting from one log per site to one log per server, but you can't make it more defined than the site level.
TimeGenerated Strings 07/07/2015 10:18:40 109|46282|1|2|600|600|600|1|3 07/07/2015 10:18:40 109|asd|321 07/07/2015 10:18:56 110|167342|0|0|600|600|600|1|2 07/07/2015 10:18:56 110|355|3213 07/07/2015 10:18:59 80|1766408|0|1|0|0|0|1|0 07/07/2015 10:19:10 111|272284|0|0|600|0|600|1|0 07/07/2015 10:19:10 111|aaa|271996|1 In the query i'd like to remove the Magento E-Commerce How to Make Price of Configurable Product Change When Attribute Combination is Selected Video by: MagicienPro You have products, that come in variants and want to set different prices To examine one of the log files, the logparser query would look something like "select * from c:\logs\ex120301.log". Cheers, Bernard Cheah Reply ron_bo 52 Posts Re: LIKE with wildcard not finding match Jan 02, 2011 04:26 PM|ron_bo|LINK Try: logparser -e:10 -i:W3C "select * from c:\temp\ex101216.log where TO_LOWERCASE(cs(Referer)) like 'http://www.example.com/abc/page.ht%%'"
Requests by seconds to process Number of requests that took how x seconds to process, rounded up to the nearest second. In addition, many new data access frameworks attempt to abstract SQL away from the developer. Request methods with ip and user agent This query grabs all requests by method, excluding common GETs and POSTs. logparser "SELECT DISTINCT cs-username, date INTO tempUniqueVisitorsPerDay.csv FROM logs\iis\ex*.log WHERE cs-username <> NULL Group By Date, cs-username" logparser "SELECT date, count(cs-username) as UniqueVisitors into test.txt FROM tempUniqueVisitorsPerDay.csv GROUP BY date" 26)
For example, logparser "select STRCAT(column1, column2) from file" I didn't see how that would help us out, though. is always unique in the file.