IIS Logs W3C

Table 10.1 W3C Extended Log File Fields
Field Appears As Description Default Y/N
Date date The date on which the activity occurred. Y
Time time The time, in coordinated universal time (UTC), at which the activity occurred. Y
Client IP Address c-ip The IP address of the client that made the request. Y
User Name cs-username The name of the authenticated user who accessed your server. Anonymous users are indicated by a hyphen. Y
Service Name and Instance Number s-sitename The Internet service name and instance number that was running on the client. N
Server Name s-computername The name of the server on which the log file entry was generated. N
Server IP Address s-ip The IP address of the server on which the log file entry was generated. Y
Server Port s-port The server port number that is configured for the service. Y
Method cs-method The requested action, for example, a GET method. Y
URI Stem cs-uri-stem The target of the action, for example, Default.htm. Y
URI Query cs-uri-query The query, if any, that the client was trying to perform. A Universal Resource Identifier (URI) query is necessary only for dynamic pages. Y
HTTP Status sc-status The HTTP status code. Y
Win32 Status sc-win32-status The Windows status code. N
Bytes Sent sc-bytes The number of bytes that the server sent. N
Bytes Received cs-bytes The number of bytes that the server received. N
Time Taken time-taken The length of time that the action took, in milliseconds. N
Protocol Version cs-version The protocol version —HTTP or FTP —that the client used. N
Host cs-host The host header name, if any. N
User Agent cs(User-Agent) The browser type that the client used. Y
Cookie cs(Cookie) The content of the cookie sent or received, if any. N
Referrer cs(Referrer) The site that the user last visited. This site provided a link to the current site. N
Protocol Substatus sc-substatus The substatus error code. Y
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