Wednesday, March 13, 2013

SharePoint 2010 / PowerShell - How to get ALL of the site collection information into CSV

Hi Everyone, long time no speak...

After Googling and Googling more I still did not find a script that would do what I wanted. So I wrote mine from bits and pieces I gathered from various places that I cannot remember :)

Sorry for anyone who recognises their code and not been mentioned, I thank you warmly anyway.

The following script will loop through ALL the site collections of a SharePoint 2010 Farm and output some key fields to a CSV file


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#Add SharePoint PowerShell SnapIn if not already added
 if ((Get-PSSnapin "Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell" -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue-eq $null) {
    Add-PSSnapin "Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell"
}

cls;

# SET THE EXPORT FILEPATH
$today = (Get-Date -Format yyyy-MM-dd-hh-mm)
$exportFilePath = "C:\Temp\SP2010FarmQuotaOutput_" + $today + ".csv";

$t = [Microsoft.SharePoint.Administration.SPWebService]::ContentService.QuotaTemplates

$tFound = $false

# Get a handle on ALL site collection...
$allSiteCols = Get-SPWebApplication | %{$_.Sites} | Get-SPSite -Limit ALL

$myData = @()

foreach ($site in $allSiteCols) {

try {

# Find what Quota is used for this site col...
foreach($qt in $t){
if($qt.QuotaId -eq [int](($site.Quota).QuotaID)){
$siteQuota = $qt.Name;
$tFound = $true
}
}

if($tFound -eq $false){
$siteQuota = "No Template Applied"
}

# Get a handle on the Root Web...
$web = $site.Rootweb;

# Get the owner if possible
$siteOwner = "";
$siteDBName = "";
$rootWebLastModifiedDate = "";
$siteUrl = "";
$siteOwnerName = "";
$siteOwnerEmail = "";

$siteOwner = $site.Owner;
$siteDBName = $site.ContentDatabase.Name;
$rootWebLastModifiedDate = $web.LastItemModifiedDate.ToShortDateString();
$siteUrl = $site.Url.ToString();

if ($siteOwner -ne $null) {
$siteOwnerName = $Site.Owner.Name;
$siteOwnerEmail = $Site.Owner.Email;
}

# Do some calculations around storage...
if ($site.Quota.StorageMaximumLevel -gt 0) {[int]$maxStorage = $site.Quota.StorageMaximumLevel / 1MBelse {$maxStorage = "0"};
if ($site.Quota.StorageWarningLevel -gt 0) {[int]$warningStorage = $site.Quota.StorageWarningLevel / 1MBelse {$warningStorage = "0"};
if ($site.Usage.Storage -gt 0) {[int]$storageUsed = $site.Usage.Storage / 1MB};
if ($storageUsed -gt 0 -and $maxStorage -gt 0) {[int]$siteQuotaUsed = $storageUsed / $maxStorage * 100else {$SiteQuotaUsed = "0"};

# Compile each line...
$myData += New-Object -TypeName PSObject -Property @{
Url = $siteUrl
SiteCollectionOwner = $siteOwnerName
SiteCollectionOwnerEmail = $siteOwnerEmail
RootWebLastModifiedDate = $rootWebLastModifiedDate.ToString()
ContentDBName = $siteDBName
StorageUsedMB = $storageUsed
StorageUsedPercent = $siteQuotaUsed
StorageAvailableWarningMB = $warningStorage
StorageAvailableMaximumMB = $maxStorage
SandboxedResourcePointsWarning = ($site.Quota).UserCodeWarningLevel
SandboxedResourcePointsMaximum = ($site.Quota).UserCodeMaximumLevel
QuotaName = $siteQuota
                } | Select-Object Url,
SiteCollectionOwner,
SiteCollectionOwnerEmail,
RootWebLastModifiedDate,
ContentDBName,
StorageUsedMB,
StorageUsedPercent,
StorageAvailableWarningMB,
StorageAvailableMaximumMB,
SandboxedResourcePointsWarning,
SandboxedResourcePointsMaximum,
QuotaName

# Reset the "found flag"
$tFound = $false;
}

catch [System.Exception] {
write-host 'EXCEPTION: ' + $error[0];
}

finally {
if ($site -ne $null) {$site.Dispose()};
}
}

# Export the data to CSV format
$myData | Export-Csv $exportFilePath -Delimiter "," -NoTypeInformation

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