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Cozumpark Bilisim Portali
Posted in Hosting & IIS7, Windows Powershell | No Comment | 3,135 views | 16/01/2015 14:01

You can get active IIS log file paths with following script.

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# Get Web Sites
$WebSites = Get-Website | Select Name, Id, LogFile
 
foreach ($WebSite in $WebSites)
{
	# Clear Variables
	$LogFiles = $Null;
	$LogFilePath = $Null;
 
	# Get Web Site Information
	$SiteName = $WebSite.Name
	$SiteID = $WebSite.Id
 
	# Get Web Site Log Path
	$LogDirectory = $WebSite.LogFile.Directory -Replace '%SystemDrive%', $env:SystemDrive
	$LogPath = $LogDirectory + "\W3SVC" +  $SiteID
	$LogFiles = Get-ChildItem $LogPath -Filter *.log -EA SilentlyContinue | Sort-Object LastWriteTime -Descending
	if ($LogFiles) { $LogFilePath = $LogFiles[0].FullName; $LogFilePath; }
}

That will give you path as an output.