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Microsoft Log Parser, a Tool You Must Learn.
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 5/06/2005 03:53:00 PM.

Log Parser is a free command-line tool that can analyze and report on a variety of files.

Log Parser can also analyze event logs, your Active Directory ("show me all of the managers -- that is, someone who appears in the 'manager' attribute of my user accounts -- and compute how many people each person manages"), the file system ("show me the names of the ten largest files on the hard disk"), any text file ("how many times does the word "really" appear in this document?"), Network Monitor output, the Registry ("how many REG_DWORD values exist in my Registry?") and a number of other formats. It will then output that data as text, a file, a datagrid, new entries in a SQL database, SYSLOG entries, XML, and so on.

Installing Log Parser and Some Sample Data :

You can find Log Parser at Microsoft's downloads section. It's a simple MSI file and so a snap to install. Unfortunately it installs itself to a folder in Program Files without modifying the system's PATH environment variable, meaning that you've got to be in Log Parser's directory to run it or you'll get a "bad command or file name" error. Either add Log Parser's directory to your PATH variable, or if you're lazy like me then just copy the logparser.exe file into System32. Then open up a command line and you're ready to start parsing.

Supported Operating Systems:

- Windows 2000, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP Professional Edition

Download: Microsoft LogParser
Visit: The Unofficial Log Parser Support Site

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