You need to gather data on HTTP requests and would like to easily view and sort data on users, URI's,
and time elapsed for different requests. How can you get this information quickly and easily?
You can use the domlog.nsf to capture response times of different elements. The information you
need can be gathered from the domlog.nsf. Enable the logging and then you can select the documents
you need and copy as a table. This will paste into a spreadsheet as seen below.
You may also use the access logs for parsing of connections. These logs are created by enabling the
"Log files" in the logging section below in the screen shot. This will create access[datetime].log files in
the data directory which you may save manually as a .csv file and open in a spreadsheet. The sample
is attached. These logs are created in arrears, that is, the logs will have activity in the past day or in the
server session just previous to the current one. Restarting Domino will cause them to be created. Headers
have been added to the attached spreadsheet for data description.
For use and questions on the domlog.nsf see the links below.
Frequently asked questions about the Domino Web server log (domlog.nsf)
How to reduce the size of Domino Web Server Log (domlog.nsf)
Sample screenshot of an access log opened in a spreadsheet
(See attached file: SampleLog_access04102009.xls)