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Log Parser Studio Report Collection – Troubleshooting Exchange 2013 Performance

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In Exchange Server 2013, all traffic must go through IIS, so analyzing IIS logs is a great way to get an overview of the number of connections that are hitting a server, the protocol specific information, and the users impacting performance. This zip file contains over 20 new reports for Log Parser Studio (LPS) for troubleshooting Exchange 2013 Performance issues.

Download Log Parser Studio from here and review the LPS blog series from Kary Wall, Getting Started with Log Parser Studio.

Report Descriptions:

  • IIS: Requests Per Hour – Point this query to IIS logs from either the Default Web Site (W3SVC1 directory) or the Backend Website (W3SVC2 directory), but not both at the same time.
  • ACTIVESYNC_WP: Clients by percent – Calculates all ActiveSync requests broken down by user-agent and percentage of each client to the total number of requests.
  • ACTIVESYNC_WP: Requests per hour (CSV) – Lists the ActiveSync requests per hour and sends the results to a CSV file.

  • ACTIVESYNC_WP: Requests per user (CSV) – Lists ActiveSync requests per user and sends the results to a CSV file.

  • ACTIVESYNC_WP: Requests per user (Top 10k) – Lists ActiveSync requests per user for the top 10,000 users

  • ACTIVESYNC_WP: Top Talkers (CSV) – Lists the top ActiveSync clients from highest to lowest request count and sends the result to a CSV file.
  • EWS_WP: Clients by percent – Calculates all EWS requests broken down by user-agent and percentage of each client to the total number of requests.
  • EWS_WP: Requests per hour (CSV) – Lists the total number of EWS requests per hour.
  • EWS_WP: Requests per user (CSV) – Lists EWS requests per user and sends the results to a CSV file.
  • EWS_WP: Requests per user (Top 10k) – Lists EWS requests per user for the top 10,000 users.
  • EWS_WP: Top Talkers (CSV) – Lists the top EWS clients from highest to lowest request count.
  • EWS_WP: Lync GetUserPhoto requests – All Lync requests for GetUserPhoto listed in descending order.
  • EWS_WP: Mac Mail User Requests by user/request – Mac Mail requests by user and number of requests sorted descending.
  • EWS_WP: Mac Outlook User Requests by client/request – MacOutlook User Requests by client/request from highest to lowest hits.
  • EWS_WP: Non Outlook or Mac Requests – Lists all EWS requests that are not generated by either Outlook or Mac ordered by highest to lowest.
  • OLA_WP: Errors, per user, per hour, per day – Outlook Anywhere users by number of requests.
  • OLA_WP: Requests per hour – Lists the Outlook Anywhere requests per hour.
  • OLA_WP: Requests per hour, per user – Lists the Outlook Anywhere requests per hour, per user.
  • OLA_WP: Requests per user (CSV) – Lists Outlook Anywhere requests per user.
  • OLA_WP: Requests per user (Top 10k) – Lists Outlook Anywhere requests per user for the top 10,000 users.
  • OLA_WP: Top Talkers – Lists the top Outlook Anywhere clients from highest to lowest request count.
  • OWA_WP:  Clients by percent – Calculates all OWA requests broken down by user-agent and percentage of each client to the total number of requests.
  • OWA_WP: Requests per hour (CSV) – Lists the OWA requests per hour and sends the results to a CSV file.
  • OWA_WP: Requests per user (CSV) – Lists OWA requests per user and sends the results to a CSV file.
  • OWA_WP: Requests per user (Top 10k) – Lists OWA requests per user for the top 10,000 users.
  • OWA_WP: Top Talkers (CSV) – Lists the top OWA clients from highest to lowest request count and sends the result to a CSV file.

 

 

Source: https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/office/Log-Parser-Studio-Report-f17f6b8b

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