The first way to list all running deployment jobs is by goning to the Central Administration > Job Definitions, Under CA > Monitoring > Review job definitions and see after jobs that start with “Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Solution Deployment”
The second way is to use PowerShell.
Get-SPTimerJob -Type Microsoft.SharePoint.Administration.SPSolutionDeploymentJobDefinition
The output of the Get-SPTimerJob cmdlet is not very useful.
Name Schedule Last Run
---- -------- --------
solution-deployme... 04-07-2010 11:56:31
But pipe the Get-SPTimerJob to Format-List (fl) and select the “SolutionName” property.
Get-SPTimerJob -Type Microsoft.SharePoint.Administration.SPSolutionDeploymentJobDefinition | ft "SolutionName"
The output is more useful.
Brilliant, thanks. this helped me create a script to figure out when a solution was upgraded (because the solution always says it's deployed, even though it's upgrading)ReplyDelete