The best solution is to convert the logs to apache / NCSA format I have
found. There are tonnes of tools about this as far as I know, can't
think of the one I am using but will find out.
Check this out if you want to do so.
>From: ilug-admin at linux.ie [mailto:ilug-admin at linux.ie] On
>Behalf Of adam beecher
>Sent: 03 December 2002 15:34
>Subject: [ILUG] Webalizer / IIS
>>>Anyone familiar with running Webalizer on IIS logfiles? Like,
>I would be downloading the logfiles daily to a Linux box and
>running Webalizer on them, but are there are any things I
>should know? Anybody got scripts for a central analysis server?
>>The logfiles are in W3C Extended format - I think these need
>to be converted - and rotate daily.
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