Get-SmWindowsService

Detailed Description

The Get-SmWindowsService cmdlet gives information about the Simply Migrate Batch Service(s) you have deployed.

Syntax

Get-SmWindowsService  [<CommonParameters>]

Get-SmWindowsService [[-ServiceId] ]  [<CommonParameters>]

Get-SmWindowsService [[-MachineName] ]  [<CommonParameters>]

Get-SmWindowsService [[-BatchId] ]  [<CommonParameters>]

Parameters

-BatchId <int>
    Specify Batch Id

    Required? false
    Position? 2
    Accept pipeline input? false
    Parameter set name ByBatchId
    Aliases None
    Dynamic? false

-MachineName <string>
    Specify Machine Name

    Required? false
    Position? 1
    Accept pipeline input? false
    Parameter set name ByMachine
    Aliases None
    Dynamic? false

-ServiceId <string>
    Specify Service Id

    Required? false
    Position? 0
    Accept pipeline input? false
    Parameter set name ById
    Aliases None
    Dynamic? false

<CommonParameters>
    This cmdlet supports the common parameters: Verbose, Debug,
    ErrorAction, ErrorVariable, WarningAction, WarningVariable,
    OutBuffer, PipelineVariable, and OutVariable. For more information, see
    about_CommonParameters (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=113216).

Examples

Get-SmWindowsService can be used with no parameters to return all Batch services you have installed.

Get-SmWindowsService

Id            : 5f80db2d-9eeb-410c-a8e0-129182f554f6
BatchId       : 1
MachineName   : Server1
ServiceName   : SimplyMigrateBatchService$Batchid1
IsInteractive : False
Status        : Running

Id            : bcfd0c31-cb0f-404a-9fb5-fa65aaeeb4cd
BatchId       : 2
MachineName   : Server2
ServiceName   : SimplyMigrateBatchService
IsInteractive : False
Status        : Stopped