Web Logs

Web Log - (another use ot the term)
Every action taken by web servers is kept track of in a web log. Every page you request and every graphics image sent down the pike are dutifully recorded into a web log. A web log is in essence an audit trail of every request a web server responds to. Although configurable, most web logs include the page URL, the IP address of the client, and the status returned to the client. Other information is included in a web log; however, just these few pieces can help you understand what is going on with the web browser and what is happening on the server. Reviewing web logs will enable you to see all of the requests from the browser and which ones met with errors.
administrative tool, Internet Information Services