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Putting a specific Powershell Get-Counter Statistic into a variable


Putting a specific Powershell Get-Counter Statistic into a variable

By : Tim Gushue
Date : November 16 2020, 06:23 AM
Any of those help Using PowerShell version 4 on Windows 8.1:
Get-Counter returns a PerformanceCounterSampleSet and you can access the CounterSamples property to get an array of PerformanceCounterSample objects.
code :
$statToCollect = '\Process(_Total)\IO Data Operations/sec'
$total = (Get-Counter $statToCollect).CounterSamples.CookedValue
PS> $total
28.9450419770711

PS> $total.GetType()

IsPublic IsSerial Name                                     BaseType
-------- -------- ----                                     --------
True     True     Double                                   System.ValueType


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Cassandra Counter column in realtime statistic

Cassandra Counter column in realtime statistic


By : Vislo
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps Counter columns should work even if you have many clients updating them, there should be no need for locking.
Take a look at coutandra if you are doing stats with cassandra.
How to call Get-Counter in PowerShell with a variable

How to call Get-Counter in PowerShell with a variable


By : Kupcikovaite Aina
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish of those help As we all know we can do Get-Counter and than provide the path to the counter, e.g., Get-Counter "\\Processor(_Total)\% Processor Time") , The following worked fine on my computer
code :
$myPath="\\johns-pc\processor(_total)\% processor time"
$metricValue=[int]((Get-Counter($myPath)).countersamples | select -property cookedvalue).cookedvalue
Update statistic counter or just count(*) - Perfomance

Update statistic counter or just count(*) - Perfomance


By : Matt Frost
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help Just use count(*) - it's built into the database. It's well tested, and already written.
Having a special column to do this for you means you need to write the code to manage it, keep it in sync with the actual value (on adds and deletes). Why make more work for yourself?
putting variable into specific rows after math

putting variable into specific rows after math


By : Tory
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue i figured it out ... thanks if anybody saw it and was in the middle of thumping me on the head with how easy it was
code :
$ridge;
if ($_POST['course'] == 'The Ridge') {
($ridge = $total);
} 
$ridge;
if ($_POST['course'] = 'The Ridge') {
($ridge = $total);
} 
PowerShell: How to pass dynamic variable to Get-Counter

PowerShell: How to pass dynamic variable to Get-Counter


By : Buck Storm
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem When you pass a single string as a positional argument, PowerShell will interpret it as just that - one single argument.
Beyond that, your "dynamic" argument won't work because it's using single-quotes, and so the $compName and $processName variables won't expand!
code :
$url2 = "\\$compName\process($processName#1)\id process"
Get-Counter $url2 -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
$GetCounterParams = @{
    Counter = "\\$compName\process($processName#1)\id process"
    ErrorAction = 'SilentlyContinue'
}
Get-Counter @GetCounterParams
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