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How to get Timer Job History

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

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