Uptime (Powershell)

PowershellGenerate HTML file with uptime of servers.

This script will generate an uptime File called uptime.html in the folder c:housekeeping

This script is orginally created by Ed Wilson of Microsoft. I adjusted it so that the date and time stamp is added to the file. This way you can see the history if you schedule is script on a regular bases. You will be able to see if reboots have occured.

 

# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
# Script: HTML_UptimeReport.ps1 
# Author: ed wilson, msft 
# Date: 08/06/2012 15:11:03 
# Keywords: Scripting Techniques, Web Pages and HTAs 
# comments: Get-Wmiobject, New-Object, Get-Date, Convertto-HTML, Invoke-Item 
# HSG-8-7-2012
#
# Modified : 01/24/2013
# By : Wessel van Sandwijk
# Added date format
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
Param( 
  [string]$path = "c:\housekeepinguptime.html", 
  [array]$servers = @("server1,Server2") 
) 

Function Get-UpTime 
{ Param ([string[]]$servers) 
  Foreach ($s in $servers)  
    {  
    $os = Get-WmiObject -class win32_OperatingSystem -cn $s  
    $boottime = [System.Management.ManagementDateTimeConverter]::ToDateTime($os.LastBootupTime)
    $timedifference = New-TimeSpan -Start $boottime
    $days = $timedifference.TotalDays
    New-Object psobject -Property @{computer=$s; 
     uptime = '{0:0.0}' -f $days}
    }
}

# Entry Point *** 

Get-UpTime -servers $servers |  
ConvertTo-Html -As Table -body " 
  <h1>Server Uptime Report</h1> 
  The following report was run on $(get-date)" >> $path  
 Invoke-Item $path

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About the Author

wvsandwijk

I am a Technical Specialist - Cloud Infrastructures from the Netherlands. My Skills are mainly PowerShell, VMWare, Hyper-V, Microsoft System Center products and Windows Azure Pack. I work for a company in Utrecht The Netherlands.

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