Check Activity on a WebSite/WebApp...

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  • #31597

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    Hi all,

    I have a question about checking website activity with PowerShell. As part of our Continuous Integration process, I update a QA Test Server with our web application files.
    To do this, using PowerShell, I remotely stop IIS, copy files, restart IIS.

    The issue is that I don't want to do this if QA is testing on the machine. I'm wondering if there is a way using PowerShell that I can tell if someone is using the web application before I stop IIS. If there is activity on the site/app, I'll send an email notification that file updates are pending.

    Any information or points to such, guidance, help is Greatly Appreciated!

    Thanks!!!

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    What about pausing iis? That would let it finish any requests. When the status goes from Pausing to paused, you can stop it.

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