SharePoint 2013 Search components & topology info

If you are looking to find details about already configured SharePoint 2013 Search components like information about what component is running in what server, topology id, log file location etc., we can use the following PowerShell script to find that.

$ssa = Get-SPServiceApplication –Name “Search Service Application”

$active = Get-SPEnterpriseSearchTopology -SearchApplication $ssa -Active

Get-SPEnterpriseSearchComponent -SearchTopology $active

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