HTTPERR and Access Logging

Updated: April 17, 2008

Applies To: Windows Server 2008

HTTPERR and access logs capture error responses to clients, connection timeouts, orphaned requests, and dropped connections that are handled incorrectly.

Events

Event ID Source Message

47

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Failed to configure the %2 logging (directory %4), Status: %1.

49

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Failed to create %2 log file %5. Status: %1.

15000

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Unable to create log file %2. Make sure that the logging directory is correct and this computer has write access to that directory.

15001

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Unable to create the log file for site W3SVC%2. Make sure that the logging directory for the site is correct and this computer has write access to that directory.

15002

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Unable to write to the log file %2 for site W3SVC%3. Disk may be full. If this is a network path, make sure that network connectivity is not broken.

15003

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Unable to create the centralized binary log file. Make sure that the logging directory is correct and this computer has write access to that directory.

15004

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Unable to write to the centralized binary log file %2. Disk may be full. If this is a network path, make sure that network connectivity is not broken.

15006

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Owner of the log file or directory %2 is invalid. This could be because another user has already created the log file or the directory.

15011

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Unable to create the error log file. Make sure that the error logging directory is correct.

15012

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Unable to write to the error log file. Disk may be full. The data field contains the error number.

15013

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Error logging configuration failed. The data field contains the error number.

15017

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Unable to create the centralized W3C log file. Make sure that the logging directory is correct and this computer has write access to that directory.

15018

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Unable to write to the centralized W3C log file %2. Disk may be full. If this is a network path, make sure that network connectivity is not broken.

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