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Old 07-02-2009, 08:43 AM   #5
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There are text editors that will handle a file of any size, but I'm not sure if any free ones will. Examples are UltraEdit and Boxer -- both Windows shareware so you could download them and try them out.

Since Apache logs are just plain text files with a single line for each entry, another option would be to use a file splitter on it to chop it up in smaller pieces; if a "cut" is in the middle of a line you can simply open both consecutive pieces and cut-and-paste the last bit of the last line between them. There are countless freeware file splitters, even multi-platform ones; see for instance here or here.

   
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