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Analyzing Web and Streaming Server Log Files - Part 2

Analyzing Web Server Log Files

Analyzing web server log files is good for getting a snapshot of the traffic that comes to your website. The web server log files can show which websites your visitors are coming from and the most and least popular pages. Tools such as Sawmill, Funnel Web Analyzer and Web Trends enable you to process the log files from the web server. These software applications can easily generate total pageviews, total visitors, viewing for specific time periods and other important information such as errors and successfully loaded web pages.

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Many companies are doing an analysis of their websites by creating web reports and as a result their gaining significant value and cost savings. This is also providing good customer service for end users. For example, I recently created a web report by analyzing the web server log files for a city government and was able to track the pages that visitors were coming from only to find that those pages had errors when visiting the URLs. As a result the web pages were fixed and now work properly. If the web server report had not provided the visitor URLs the pages with errors would have never been checked.

Related articles:

Analyzing Web and Streaming Server Log Files - Part 1

Analyzing Web and Streaming Server Log Files - Part 3

Analyzing Web and Streaming Server Log Files - Part 4

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