HTTPERR and Access Logging

Updated: January 7, 2009

Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2

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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