Parallel PoshRSJob Template

Cody Konior walks through using PoshRSJob with a custom function:

Recently I migrated from my own runspace module to Boe Prox’s PoshRSJob which is pretty much perfect. But today I wanted to share how to integrate PoshRSJob cleanly into your functions through a default -Parallel parameter and using a template.

You can very easily modify this for your own purposes however it’s even more awesome as-is if you run parallelised tests for one major input (like a computer name) but where additional information might also be passed in through object properties on a pipeline (I’ll explain why you’d want to do that later in the post). Here’s what it looks like:

Read on for code and explanation.  Powershell parallelism is something that I’ve never been good at, so hopefully this makes it easier for me…

Related Posts

Creating Fancy HTML Reports With Powershell

Jeffery Hicks shares several tips on creating fancy HTML reports using Powershell: Usage is pretty straightforward. You specify one or more computers and off you go. There is a default value for the resulting HTML file, but you’ll likely want to specify your own.   Because the function is generating custom HTML on the fly, I […]

Read More

Reuse Versus Learning

Fred Weinmann argues for the value in learning modules over built-it-yourself solutions for expanding knowledge: When you start with a new technology, you don’t start on a green field. You’ve got lots of luggage you carry around with you (previous experience) and a perception where you want to go (project conditions, goals). However the technology […]

Read More

Categories

October 2016
MTWTFSS
« Sep Nov »
 12
3456789
10111213141516
17181920212223
24252627282930
31