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HTTP Service Connection Auditing

Updated: January 7, 2009

Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2

HTTP Service Connection Auditing provides information about the state of the service, but does not indicate whether the service is in a normal or error state.

Events

Event ID Source Message

1

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Request received (request ID %1) on connection (connection ID %2) from remote address %4.

2

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Parsed request (request pointer %1, method %2) with URI %3.

3

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Delivered request to server application (request pointer %1, request ID %2, site ID %3) from request queue %4 for URI %5 with status %6.

4

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Server application passed response (request ID %1, connection ID %2, method %4, header length %5, number of entity chunks %6, cache policy %7) with status code %3.

5

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Server application passed the last response (corresponding to request ID %1).

6

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Server application passed entity body for request ID %1 (connection ID %2).

7

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Server application passed the last entity body for request ID %1.

8

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Server application passed response (request ID %1, connection ID %2, method %4, header length %5, number of entity chunks %6, cache policy %7) with status code %3.

9

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Server application passed the last response (corresponding to request ID %1).

10

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Response ready for send (corresponding to request ID %1) with status code %2.

12

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Queued last response (corresponding to request ID %1) for sending. Status code is %2.

13

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Response sent (corresponding to request ID %1) with status code %2. If disconnect is required, a TCP FIN has been sent.

14

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Error occurred while sending the last response (corresponding to request ID %1) with status code %2. A TCP Reset has been sent.

21

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

New connection created (local IP address %3 and remote address %5).

22

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Connection ID (%2) assigned to connection and request (request ID %1) will be parsed.

23

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Client closed the connection (connection pointer %1). Status of whether closed by TCP Reset: %2.

24

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Connection (connection pointer %1) cleanup started due to either the sending of a TCP Reset, receiving of a TCP Reset, or after the mutual exchange of TCP Fins.

46

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Successfully associated QoS flow with connection (connection ID %1). Bandwidth throttled to: %2 Bytes per second.

65

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Server application canceled the processing of its request (request ID %1).

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HTTP Service Connections - Send and Receive

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