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By jim_robinson ·
When I tried to run a web analysis report I noticed there were no log files for the last 37 days. But, when I opened the file for the last date showing,(ex.) 8/24/00, all the info for those 37 days was showing in that days log, and under the same time frame (ex.) 05:34:32.

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by robert_hanson In reply to IIS Log files Freeze Date ...

What analysis program are you using?

What type of logging are you doing?

Change to weekly logging, and W3C Logging. I would suggest that you use Web Trends to produce the reports/analyse the logs.

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