Clean up IIS log in SharePoint Server

////Clean up IIS log in SharePoint Server

Clean up IIS log in SharePoint Server

Sometimes you may experience an issue with Disk storage exceeding due to IIS log files on your servers. This is the good time to clear the log file of IIS. I have done a scheduled job for my all servers by using the Task Scheduler.

Follow the following steps to schedule a cleanup job for IIS log files.

Open notepad, copy and paste following command.

get-childitem -Path C:inetpublogsLogFiles -recurse | where-object {$_.lastwritetime -lt (get-date).addDays(-15)} | Foreach-Object { del $_.FullName }

Then save file with extension .ps1 (Ex: Remove-IISLogfiles.ps1) to your server so it can be referred to run later. In my case, I place it at C:inetpublogsScriptRemove-IISLogfiles.ps1

From the server, open Task Manager. And follow following pictures to complete the task.

From Edit Action, use following command and argument

Program/script: %SystemRoot%system32WindowsPowerShellv1.0powershell.exe

And arguments (optional): C:inetpublogsScriptRemove-IISLogfiles.ps1 -noprofile – Noninteractive

Note: you can force run above command without stuck in console windows (sometime it happen when power-shell command travels to child folders) by using the following argument in  And arguments (optional) text-box: powershell.exe -executionpolicy unrestricted C:inetpublogsScriptRemove-IISLogfiles.ps1 -noprofile – Noninteractive

You are done!

By | 2017-04-05T17:02:07+00:00 March 14th, 2010|Microsoft, SharePoint Server|0 Comments

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