I have an application that generates 100's of text log files which are likeI need to select Host from these I tried
I can count all the files in a folder and sub-folders, the folders themselves are not counted.However, powershell is too slow for the amount of files (up to 700k). I read that cmd is faster in executing this kind of task.
I have a Windows batch file whose purpose is to set some environment variables, e.g.Users can run this prior to doing work that needs the environment variable, e.g.:
I'm reading a tutorial and learned that Powershell supports ordered hashes. When would I use that feature?
I fully understand that a System.Array is immutable.Given that, why does it have an Add() method?It does not appear in the output of Get-Member.
I'm currently using this command in Windows Powershell to remove duplicates from a simple 1 row CSV.Whenever I run it on a 150mb CSV (20 million row guessing) the task manager shows the Powershell eating up all available memory (32GB) and then using virtual memory. I also let the script...
I'm attempting to write a deployment script that checks the OS major version, then runs command based on that. I can grab that just fine with [System.Environment]::OSVersion.Version.Major, but when I attempt to use that in an if/elseif statement, I always get the first condition, and somehow the variable changes.
There are several languages that provide either a defaulting or logical or mechanism for assignment:So far the only equivalent I've found in Powershell Core is the exceedingly verbose:
I've been using PowerShell for a number of years, and I thought I had a handle on some of its more 'eccentric' behaviour, but I've hit an issue I can't make head nor tail of...