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Note: This blog post is from 2007. Some content may be outdated--though not necessarily. Same with links and subsequent comments from myself or others. Corrections are welcome, in the comments. And I may revise the content as necessary.
I've written previously about the great, free Log Parser tool from Microsoft. It can do some incredible things, and I plan to write more about it in time.

Still, one thing I mention in that article is that there was a logparser.com site. Sadly, that got assimilated into the collective...I mean...um...was removed as an independent site and now instead points to a page about it and other tools within Microsoft. Many of us who were fans of that site wonder where everything's gone.

Well, at least the forums are now available again. They are at http://forums.iis.net/default.aspx?GroupID=51. Looks like it happened just last week, and there are no new postings as of today (the "last posts" all have 8/21 at 2am as their timestamp but they're really from June). Again, it's nice that the old notes were propagated.

Now we're waiting to see where all the scripts and articles end up. For those really interested in this, you may want to follow a thread I'm involved in at the IIS.NET forums with an MS rep who seems to be helping keep us updated.

Well there's always the trusty wayback machine:


oh...lookey here the website!!
# Posted By Chris Dawes | 8/29/07 9:17 PM
Yep, I'm a huge fan of the wayback machine, Chris. In fact, I've written of it elsewhere (http://www.tipicalch...).

More to this topic, I'll note that I had in fact made the very same observation (of using the archive site for logparser.com) in that thread I linked to above, specifically http://forums.iis.ne...

But hey, thanks for offering it. "Great minds". :-)
# Posted By Charlie Arehart | 8/29/07 9:37 PM
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