The program is an Apache log analyzer and IIS log analyzer.
There are several
ways for the program to get the logs:
file. You can specify either a log file name or a wildcard
for log file names. You can also use date macros. Multiple file names/masks can be
separated with semicolons.
Example: c:\Logs\*.gz; c:\Logs\*.zip
You can also analyze log files that match
a wildcard from a folder and its subfolders by adding the @
character before the log path.
In this example files with the .gz
extension from the c:\Logs
folder and its subfolders will be
If you wish to exclude certain files from
analysis, you can specify their path with the # character before
#c:\Logs\Site1\*.bak - analyze all
files from the c:\Logs\Site1
folder except for files with the .bak
analyze all .log files from the c:\Logs\Site1 folder
except for today's one (date macros are used in this path).
- analyze all .log files from the
c:\Logs folder and its subfolders except for files from
the c:\Logs\Site1 folder and its subfolders.
Download logs via FTP. Click here to get more
information about the FTP settings.
Download logs via HTTP. You can use
date macros and
separate multiple URLs with semicolons. You can also specify
username and password if necessary.
·Multiple. Get logs from
If you wish to analyze log files from load balanced
servers, you need to create one or several log locations for each
server and check the Analyze log files from load balanced
servers setting. You can also
specify names of load balanced servers that will be shown in
the Access Statistics > Servers
report. [Requires Professional or Enterprise
Log files from several load
balanced servers shouldn't be placed in the same log
You can use a special tracking code on the pages of your site to add
more information to the log files and get additional reports like
Screen Resolutions and
Flash Versions. The
program can also better recognize some spiders when the tracking
code is installed.