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Get-SPScaleOutDatabaseLogEntry

SharePoint 2013

Published: July 16, 2012

Applies to:  SharePoint Foundation 2013 | SharePoint Server 2013 Enterprise 

Queries a scale-out database for scale-out logs.

Get-SPScaleOutDatabaseLogEntry -Count <Int32> -Database <SPDatabasePipeBind> [-AssignmentCollection <SPAssignmentCollection>] [-Confirm [<SwitchParameter>]] [-CorrelationId <Nullable>] [-MajorAction <Nullable>] [-RangeLimitPoint <Byte[]>] [-WhatIf [<SwitchParameter>]]

Parameters

Parameter Required Type Description

Count

Required

System.Int32

Specifies the number of scale-out log entries to return.

Database

Required

Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell.SPDatabasePipeBind

Specifies the scale-out database from which to return the scale-out logs

AssignmentCollection

Optional

Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell.SPAssignmentCollection

Manages objects for the purpose of proper disposal. Use of objects, such as SPWeb or SPSite, can use large amounts of memory and use of these objects in Windows PowerShell scripts requires proper memory management. Using the SPAssignment object, you can assign objects to a variable and dispose of the objects after they are needed to free up memory. When SPWeb, SPSite, or SPSiteAdministration objects are used, the objects are automatically disposed of if an assignment collection or the Global parameter is not used.

noteNote:

When the Global parameter is used, all objects are contained in the global store. If objects are not immediately used, or disposed of by using the Stop-SPAssignment command, an out-of-memory scenario can occur.

Confirm

Optional

System.Management.Automation.SwitchParameter

Prompts you for confirmation before executing the command. For more information, type the following command: get-help about_commonparameters

CorrelationId

Optional

System.Nullable

Specifies the correlation id of the scale-out logs to be returned. Correlation id of the log entries that belong to the same major action are the same.

MajorAction

Optional

System.Nullable

Specifies the major action of the scale-out log entries to be returned. The values are the following:

DataMove -A data migration operation between two scale-out databases.

Recovery -Any data recovery operation that is performed to recover from a failure.

RangeLimitPoint

Optional

System.Byte[]

Specifies the range limit point of the scale-out log entries to be returned.

The range limit point has different meaning depending on the action that records the log entry.

  • If the action is to create, change or delete a data subrange, the range limit point represents the following:

  • If the action targets a lower data subrange, the range limit point represents the start point of that lower data subrange.

  • If the action targets an upper data subrange, the range limit point represents the end point of that upper data subrange.

  • If the action is to extend a data range, the range limit point represents the following:

  • If the action extends the start point of the data range, range limit point represents the new start point of the data range.

  • If the action extends the end point of the data range, range limit point represents the new end point of the data range.

WhatIf

Optional

System.Management.Automation.SwitchParameter

Displays a message that describes the effect of the command instead of executing the command. For more information, type the following command: get-help about_commonparameters

Detailed Description

Use the Get-SPScaleOutDatabaseLogEntry cmdlet to query a scale-out database for scale-out logs that include specified criteria.

Input Types

Return Types

-------------EXAMPLE-----------

$databases = Get-SPScaleOutDatabase -ServiceApplication $serviceApplication
$database = $databases[0]
Get-SPScaleOutDatabaseLogEntry -Database  $database -Count 10 -MajorAction DataMove

This example gets the 10 most recent scale-out log entries from the first scale-out database of the given service application.

Change History

Date Description

July 16, 2012

Initial publication

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