Chapter 12 – Using Windows Powershell to Manage Search Service and FAST Search

MS Sharepoint 2010 Admin’s Companion eBook (P. 573) 01/18/2011, 06:19AM

Sharepoint Foundation 2010 provides a basic search that allows it to crawl only the Sharepoint sites in the same farm.

>> Get-SPSearch Service | select * get the search service in the farm (select * : to select all fields)
>> Get-SPSearchServiceInstance | select * get all the search service instances in the farm

>> (Get-SPSearchService).JobDefinitions | Select * get the jobdefinition information for the search service

Search topology — consist of one or more Search Service Application (SSA).
Each SSA — contains one or more query components and one or more crawl components.
Each crawl component is associated with one crawl database and crawls the content that is in that database.
Query servers serv the results fquery to the Web Servers, and holde either the entire index or one or more index partitions of the index.
Each index partition includes at least one query component, which services the results for its portion of the index.

Creating and Managing Search Application Topology —

SSA object is the most important object whenmanaging your search topology.
Provisioning/creating an SSA instance using Windows Powershell – too complicated, so skipping it. Do point in using it if an UI is available.

Jump to Page 587.

Administering Content Sources —

Four cmdlets available:
(1) Get-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlContentSource
(2) Set-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlContentSource
(3) New-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlContentSource
(4) Remove-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlContentSource

Skipping the rest of the chapter as they’re not in the exam scope.

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