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How to get Timer Job History

2015-11-12 10:11 努力学习的小熊 阅读(...) 评论(...) 编辑 收藏

1. Get Timer Job internal name with id.

Job ID can be found in SharePoint CA.

 

Below PowerShell can help you retrieve all jobs’ Internal Name by keywords.

 

Get-SPTimerJob | Sort-Object name | where {$_.Name -like "*Profile*"} | ft id,name

 

 

2. Using script in attachment, you can get the history of specific Timer Job

 

 

The result will be like this.

 

PowerShell

$LogTime = Get-Date -Format yyyy-MM-dd_hh-mm   
$LogFile = ".\TimerJobReportPatch-$LogTime.rtf"   
# Add SharePoint PowerShell Snapin   
   
if ( (Get-PSSnapin -Name Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue) -eq $null ) {   
    Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.Powershell   
}   
$scriptBase = split-path $SCRIPT:MyInvocation.MyCommand.Path -parent   
Set-Location $scriptBase   
#Deleting any .rtf files in the scriptbase location   
$FindRTFFile = Get-ChildItem $scriptBase\*.* -include *.rtf   
if($FindRTFFile)   
{   
    foreach($file in $FindRTFFile)   
        {   
            remove-item $file   
        }   
}   
start-transcript $logfile   
Function TimerJobReport()   
{   
    $Output = $scriptBase + "\" + "TimerJobReport.csv";   
"Name" + "," + "Status" + ","  + "LastRun" + "," + "Schedule"  | Out-File -Encoding Default -FilePath $Output;   
    write-host "Generating TimerJob generic report" -fore yellow   
    $TimerJobs = get-sptimerjob   
    foreach($TimerJob in $Timerjobs)   
    {   
$TimerJob.name + "," + $TimerJob.status + "," + $TimerJob.lastruntime + "," + $TimerJob.schedule  | Out-File -Encoding Default  -Append -FilePath $Output;   
    }   
    write-host "TimerJob genric report collected and placed under " $Output -fore green   
}   
   
Function TimerJobHistory()   
{   
    $Output1 = $scriptBase + "\" + "TimerJobHistoryReport.csv";   
"Name" + "," + "Status" + ","  + "ServerName" + "," + "WebApplicationName" + "," + "ErrorMessage"  | Out-File -Encoding Default -FilePath $Output1;   
    write-host "Generating TimerJob history report" -fore yellow   
    $TimerJobs = get-sptimerjob   
    foreach($TimerJob in $Timerjobs)   
    {   
        $JobHistories = $TimerJob.historyentries   
        foreach($Jobhistory in $JobHistories)   
        {   
            if($TimerJob.lastruntime.ToUniversalTime() -eq $JobHistory.starttime)   
            {   
$TimerJob.Name + "," + $Jobhistory.status + "," + $Jobhistory.servername + "," + $Jobhistory.WebApplicationName + "," + $Jobhistory.ErrorMessage | Out-File -Encoding Default  -Append -FilePath $Output1;   
            }   
        }   
    }   
    write-host "TimerJob history report generated and placed under " $output1 -fore green   
}   
   
Function SpecificTimerJob()   
{   
    $Output2 = $scriptBase + "\" + "SpecificTimerJobHistoryReport.csv";   
"Name" + "," + "Status" + ","  + "ServerName" + "," + "TimerJobStartTime" + "," + "WebApplicationName" + "," + "ErrorMessage"  | Out-File -Encoding Default -FilePath $Output2;   
    $TimerJobName = read-host "Enter the timer job name "   
    $Timerjob = get-sptimerjob -identity $TimerJobName   
    $jobHistories = @($timerjob.historyentries)    
$HowManyHistory = read-host "Please enter the number of histories that you want to return for this timerjob "   
    for($i = 0 ; $i -le $HowManyHistory; $i++)   
    {   
$TimerJob.Name + "," + $jobHistories[$i].status + "," + $jobHistories[$i].servername + "," + $jobHistories[$i].StartTime + "," + $jobHistories[$i].WebApplicationName + "," + $jobHistories[$i].ErrorMessage | Out-File -Encoding Default  -Append -FilePath $Output2;   
    }      
    break;   
}   
write-host "########################################################################################################" -fore cyan   
write-host "Enter 1 to get SP Timer job generic reports" -fore green   
write-host "Enter 2 to get specific SP Timer job report " -fore green   
write-host "########################################################################################################" -fore cyan   
$option = read-host "Enter the option "   
switch($option)   
{   
    1{   
        TimerJobReport   
        TimerJobHistory        
     }   
   
    2{   
        SpecificTimerJob   
     }   
}   
write-host "SCRIPT COMPLETED" -fore green   
stop-transcript