I saw some extra traffic on my website last week, and as an old school IIS guy I wanted to run Log Parser against my website logs. In Azure Websites, the traditional IIS logs are stored at %home%\Logfiles\http\RawLogs, those are of W3C format. Azure Web sites now has a lot of cool Site Extensions like ‘Analog HTTP Log Analyzer’, ‘IIS log file analyzer’ which gives you a report based on your website logs. However, there are certain times you want to run the log yourself running custom queries.

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