Extracting the specific content line from huge log file using PowerShell command


Sometimes it will so be difficult to search a line which it has the specific word or content using Ctrl+F in the huge log file. Found out a easiest way that will very much useful for our daily task

  Winstore

For Example: I want to search the line which hold the word “Build” in the text file winstore.log.

PS C:\Temp> dir .\Winstore.LOG | Select-String “Build”

Powershell

If you want to search in multiple file

PS C:\Temp> dir .\Winsto*.LOG | Select-String “Build”

If you want to export the output to text file

PS C:\Temp> dir .\Winsto*.LOG | Select-String “Build” > Output.txt

Select-String Powershell

Note: You can’t get output if you used Export-CSV cmdlet & this search can be done only notepad format files

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About Raji Subramanian

Nothing great to say about me...Just want to share my knowledge for others that will be useful at any moment of time when they stuck in critical issue....
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