One topic that came up during my talk at Deep Dive was the speed of running a WQL vs using –Filter in Get-WmiObject. I’d never tested it so its time to find out.
PowerShell v2 has a handy cmdlet called Measure-Command that times how long a command runs
One question that I was asked at the deep dive -
Is there a way to link a disk volume back to the physical disk it resides on?
There doesn’t seem to be. If we test the WMI classes associated with a volume we get these results
When: Tuesday, May 10, 2011 8:30 PM (BST)
Where: Live Meeting
Join PowerShell MVP and author Jonathan Medd to learn about PowerShell modules and how to get the most out of them.
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Last time we looked at the Win32_ReliabilityStabilityMetrics and closed by stating we’d look at the reliability records. Reliability records are event log records related to system reliability. The working part of the record is shown below (after the system properties are...
As admins one of the things we need to be able to prove is the stability and reliability of our systems. With Windows 7 and Windows 2008 R2 we have a way to do this
Chapters 8 and 9 of PowerShell and WMI have been released into the MEAP. They are available from http://www.manning.com/siddaway2/
Chapter 8 covers the File system
The recording from Tuesdays UG meeting is available.
Richard Siddaway has invited you to view a Microsoft Office Live Meeting recording.
Don’t forget the user group meeting tomorrow
See this excellent for tips on what not to do when writing PowerShell scripts
No I’m not going to give you the answers – you’ll just have to wait until the events close.
During (and possibly after) the games I’m going to comment on some of the things I’ve noticed about PowerShell usage.
I want to start with breaking a PowerShell line across...