For scheduled reporting, I have wrapped up my queries with PowerShell commands and fire them from Task Scheduler. The goal will be to figure out how many folks are successfully upgrading their NuGet installations as well as how they are using it. Sorry, can't comment yet so I'm forced to answer. I've looked through the previous comments and the helpful hints, but haven't identified the setup that I think should be the one for me. Queries There are now over 170 queries in the library including new sample queries for Exchange 2013. And you can even add some additional power to LogParser to work with zip files.
If we have an application name, we could then narrow our search by including it. The following script returns the dates and hours that had more than 25 error codes returned. You could modify this to include a range as well. Do yo plan to fix this? What's a brother got to do to drag a DataGrid around here? I used substr, sum and group by. . I can't verify that these queries would actually run correctly.
It also uses the Message field to narrow the search to a specific web application pool. This is my Chartouput format. Adjust the value depending on the amount of traffic on the site and the quality of your web application ;-. Jeff Atwood loves it, and you should to. It filters them by EventType EventTypes 1 and 2 are Error events and Warning events; EventType 4 are Informational events. Log Parser is a useful tool for querying large amounts of data for specific information.
I'm trying to understand why some calendar invitations are not working as expected. Now i want to create a Line Chart. So there you have it, these 4 examples should give you some flexibility depending on the type of data you are looking to gather. There are a number of ways to access a NuGet packaging server. This technique isn't as sophisticated as custom 3rd party analytics package but you can certainly get a surprising amount of information in a short amount of time with LogParser.
I've been working with some folks to try to get it to escape the big house, but we'll see how far we get. I have broken the lines up to make it clearer in this snippet. In their defense, those countries are generally mostly populated, though I thus far I don't see much of say. You can use the Add Package Dialog, the Command Line, the PowerShell Console within Visual Studio, or the NuGet Package Explorer. Of course, I realize that the service itself could be instrumented, but this is more flexible, and I plan to make these queries run on a schedule and show up on.
Kicked off the query and came back a couple of hours later with the 24 million rows I needed extracted to new log files. PowerShell Export You can now export any query as a standalone PowerShell script. Keyboard Shortcuts There are now 23 Keyboard shortcuts. My only requests for LogParser would be native support for zip files and multi-threading but overall I have been impressed at how awesome it is and how well everything works. It's intellisense and tooltips, baby! The date manipulation with the. The results of the input query can be custom-formatted in text based output, or they can be persisted to more specialty targets like , , or a. One tool that can be used to narrow the search is Log Parser.
I regularly query 300 million rows of data in a matter of minutes. Below are four examples to extract Event Log data: Example 1: This example queries the event logs over a specific time and then exports the data to a. This question and its answers are frozen and cannot be changed. The examples page needs some work, but. I was having trouble visualizing what I wanted and what was being returned. There were 40 unique User Agents in this file and they include the client and its version as well as the operating system. Please edit them freely if they need fixing.
They will allow visibility into who is accessing the server and who is attempting to access the server. In Exchange support many of our engineers use the tool to solve real world issues every day and in turn share with our customers, empowering them to solve the same issues themselves moving forward. While most of the time you'd be okay taking your requests for a page and multiplying by the file size, in this case, since you're not paying attention to any query parameters, you're going to run into some slightly-to-very inaccurate numbers. Until then, it works fabulously and unchanged after all these years. Query Logging I can't tell you how many times myself or another engineer spent lots of time creating the perfect query for a particular issue we were troubleshooting, forgetting to save the query in the heat of the moment and losing all that work.