HTTP Service Response Cache Auditing and Performance

Updated: January 7, 2009

Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2

HTTP Service Response Cache Auditing and Performance provides information about the service, but does not indicate whether the service is in a normal or error state.

Events

Event ID Source Message

11

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Cached the response (corresponding to request ID %1) with status code %2. Response to be sent.

16

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Response (request pointer %1, site ID %2, number of bytes %3) queued for sending from the cache.

17

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Response (request pointer %1, site ID %2, number of bytes %3) queued for sending with status code 304 (cache not modified).

25

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Successfully added entry (URI %1) to cache.

27

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Flushed entry (URI %1) from the cache.

44

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Attempted to add entry to the %2 authentication cache. Status: %4.

45

Microsoft-Windows-HttpEvent

Entry successfully removed from the authentication cache.

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