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You can take a backup of a site collection with the Backup-SPSite cmdlet and restore a site collection from a backup file using the Restore-SPSite cmdlet The use of these cmdlets is pretty straightforward Here is an example of taking a backup of a site collection:
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PS > Backup-SPSite -Identity http://SPServer01 -Path C:\Backup\siteCollectionbak
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By default, the site collection is temporarily set to read-only, so that no changes can be made while the backup is performed The Backup-SPSite cmdlet also supports the NoSiteLock switch parameter, which specifies that the site collection not be locked during the backup, however, this parameter is not recommended using if users are writing to the site collection while a backup is performed Using the UseSqlSnapshot parameter is recommended if the database server hosting the content database supports database snapshots After you have a backup file of the site collection, you can use the Restore-SPSite cmdlet to restore the site collection:
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PS > Restore-SPSite -Identity http://SPServer01 -Path C:\Backup\siteCollectionbak Confirm Are you sure you want to perform this action Performing operation "Restore-SPSite" on Target "http://SPServer01" [Y] Yes [A] Yes to All [N] No [L] No to All [S] Suspend [ ] Help (default is "Y"): Y
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Typing Y or pressing ENTER at the confirmation prompt performs the action and restores the site collection
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To create new site collection, use the New-SPSite cmdlet This cmdlet has two required parameters: Url and OwnerAlias You can specify a template with the Template parameter It is also possible to specify a content database to use with the ContentDatabase parameter Here is an example of creating a new site collection:
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PS > New-SPSite -Url http://SPServer01:5077 ` >> -OwnerAlias powershell\administrator -Template "STS#0" Url --http://spserver01:5077
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Here, we point the URL to the root of an existing web application, set the owner for the site collection, and specify a template The template name might look a little strange, but if you take a quick peek with the Get-SPWebTemplate cmdlet, you will see which template we are using
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Managing SharePoint 2010 with Windows PowerShell
Removing Site Collections in SharePoint 2010
The Remove-SPSite cmdlet completely deletes an existing site collection and all sites The cmdlet supports the GradualDelete switch parameter, which removes the site collection gradually, reducing system load This parameter is recommended for deleting large sites
PS > Remove-SPSite -Identity http://SPServer01:5077 -GradualDelete -Confirm:$False
In this example, we delete the new site collection that we previously created We also add the GradualDelete switch parameter and set the Confirm switch parameter to $False so that no confirmation is required
Managing SharePoint 2010 Sites
Finally, let s take a look at the cmdlets used to manage sites in SharePoint 2010 All the cmdlets for managing sites in SharePoint 2010 use the SPWeb noun
PS > Get-Command -Noun SPWeb CommandType ----------Cmdlet Cmdlet Cmdlet Cmdlet Cmdlet Cmdlet Name ---Export-SPWeb Get-SPWeb Import-SPWeb New-SPWeb Remove-SPWeb Set-SPWeb Definition ---------Export-SPWeb [-Identity] <SPWebPipeBi Get-SPWeb [[-Identity] <SPWebPipeBind Import-SPWeb [-Identity] <SPWebPipeBi New-SPWeb [-Url] <String> [-Language Remove-SPWeb [-Identity] <SPWebPipeBi Set-SPWeb [-Identity] <SPWebPipeBind>
Let s look at how to use each of these, starting with New-SPWeb
Creating Sites in SharePoint 2010
The New-SPWeb cmdlet creates a new site in an existing site collection The only parameter that is required is the URL, which must be in an existing site collection and unique You can also specify the language, site template, name, and description, as well as set unique permissions, add the site to the parent site s Quick Launch bar, and set the top navigation bar options Here s an example of creating a new site:
PS > New-SPWeb -Url http://SPServer01/NewSite -Template "STS#0" ` >> -Name "New Site" -Description "My New Site" -AddToTopNav -UseParentTopNav Url --http://spserver01/NewSite
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In this example, we set the template to use Next, we specify the name and description of the site Finally, we use the AddToTopNav switch parameter to add the site to the top-level navigation bar and the UseParentTopNav switch parameter to specify that the site uses the same top-level navigation bar as the parent site NOTE If you do not set a template when creating the new site, you can add it later, either in the browser or with the Set-SPWeb cmdlet
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