PoshTip #5 – Measure your Powershell script

PoshTip #5  – Measure your Powershell script

First method

PowerShell has a built in command Measure-Command. It is a great cmdlet to quickly find how much a command takes to execute.

Measure-Command { Get-Process }

 

If you want to see the output

Measure-Command { Get-Process | Out-Default }

Second method

You can also use the .NET Stopwatch object

$MeasureCMD = [Diagnostics.Stopwatch]::StartNew()
Get-Process
$MeasureCMD.Stop()
$MeasureCMD.Elapsed
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I work as an IT Production Manager, based in Paris (France) with a primary focus on Microsoft technologies. I have 10 years experience in administering Windows Servers. . I am a Microsoft MVP for Cloud & Datacenter Management. I also received the PowerShell Hero 2016 award by PowerShell.0rg. And finally, I am "MCSE: Cloud Platform and Infrastructure", "MCSA: Windows Servers", "Administering & Deploying SCCM", and CheckPoint CCSA certified.

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