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Last post Nov 07, 2007 12:26 PM by nigeldude
Jul 24, 2007 06:09 AM|kingbing|LINK
Hi folks. What's happened to all the content on logparser.com? It was a little treasure trove of helpful scripts and things. Now it just redirects to a single paragraph describing LogParser.
What happened to this little community?
Jul 24, 2007 04:59 PMemail@example.com|LINK
I believe it's all being moved to the iis.net site. Might even be a chance for a Logparser forum.
Jul 26, 2007 08:58 AM|bvbutts|LINK
I'd like to know what happened to logparser.com, too. It had great content (forums, etc.) beyond what's available in the CHM help file and all that appears to be gone now. If the content is being brought into IIS.net, could we get an announcement as to
when that will happen and where we can find it?
Jul 26, 2007 09:50 PM|mailant|LINK
Hi, Brad -- We're working on migrating the content, forums, and the code for logparser.com. Apologies for any hassles while we get this migration complete... I'll re-post when we have a timeframe worked out for having that content available on IIS.NET.
Jul 27, 2007 05:23 PM|carehart|LINK
While we await that migration, in case it may encounter any difficulty, could you perhaps at least create the forum (among your standard ones) to enable discussion to begin? I have a question I'd wanted to ask. :-)
Or is there a beneficial reason to wait for the forum to be created as part of some larger migration of the old logparser site?
So glad to hear it's not gone forever. For those who can't wait, I'll point out that fortunately the good ol' web archive still has a snapshot as of early May:
Jul 28, 2007 01:33 AM|mailant|LINK
Thanks for posting the link to the May snapshot, that's great. Can you post your logparser question to our general forum? If we create a new forum while we are trying to migrate the old forum, it might take a longer time to get to the end result, which is
a single logparser forum with new posts and the archive, all searchable and nicely consolidated. That's what we're working towards. :-)
Jul 28, 2007 09:20 AM|carehart|LINK
OK, thanks and will do. You've explained what I wondered (whether creating one early would hinder the ultimate import of the old).
Aug 29, 2007 01:07 PM|carehart|LINK
Hi Mai-lan, it seems that the logparser forums have indeed been recreated now: http://forums.iis.net/default.aspx?GroupID=51
In fact, it seems that it was created on 8/21, before we were having these discussions.
Anyway, wanted to share that news if others had missed it.
So, any news on the other content (scripts and articles)? And if you can't say when that will be made available, could you perhaps offer at least a clue to where we should be looking to keep an eye out? :-)
Nov 07, 2007 12:04 PM|nigeldude|LINK
Attachments to posts seem to all have been lost as well, is there a time frame to restore those?
Nov 07, 2007 12:23 PM|nigeldude|LINK
I cant seem to get any of the forums to display says not in the archive.
Nov 07, 2007 12:26 PM|nigeldude|LINK
Can someone get all the forums content here to work correctly? Whoever is in charge of it? Personally I miss the old logparser site, and it seems to have lost all the great community of people that use to be there.
None of the forums work on this archive.
I am mainly looking for two excellent word docs that a guy named Igor wrote on advanced charting with the -config switch and .vbs and .js scripts.
Thanks in advance,