July 30, 2002
F***ing Micro$oft

Apologies for the tech-heavy angst, but here goes:

So I managed to keep IIS off my network for a good four years, but eventually <pachino>they pulled me back in </pachino>. Now the boss wants to track traffic on the bloody, git-spawned (did I do that right robert UK? :) ) thing. If this were apache, I'd pick up any one of a dozen different freeware analyzers and have fun. But this ain't one of those. Anybody out there got experience with traffic analyzers for IIS? This is a server we own, I'd prefer an analyzer that just serves web pages that contain traffic analysis. Cost isn't *much* of an Please comment below. Thanks in advance for any help you can provide!

Posted by scott at July 30, 2002 02:17 PM

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I'll give you a pass mark on that, although it's hard to imagine a British person saying exactly that.

Can you make IIS log in a more Apache-like format so Analog can crunch it? Or perhaps write a Perl script to translate?

Can't you just run Apache on that machine and tell him it's running IIS :))

Posted by: Robert Uk on July 31, 2002 01:38 PM

I dunno. I got to go on freshmeat and see what's there.

I only wish I could do a bamboozle with apache. This thing runs the lastest version of ASP and won't run with anything else. Trust me, I tried!

Posted by: scott on July 31, 2002 06:38 PM
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