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Working with Perfmon CSV logs in Powershell


Working with Perfmon CSV logs in Powershell

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hemanth.damecharla
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-Hope is a heuristic search Smooooth ~Hemanth
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Very interesting!

Just one question, what does this mean:

When working with large CSV files, instead of piping the output of Import-Csv cmdlet is a little faster and does not consume a whole lot of memory.


Which method is faster?
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Nice way to make PoSh do the digging for ya. Cool
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alexf01 (3/6/2012)
Very interesting!

Just one question, what does this mean:

When working with large CSV files, instead of piping the output of Import-Csv cmdlet is a little faster and does not consume a whole lot of memory.


Which method is faster?


Apologize for the ambiguity. When you read the whole CSV file into a variable it is going to consume memory to keep the object in memory.

What I meant was that "when working with large CSV files, piping the output of Import-CSV cmdlet is a little faster and does not consume a whole lot of memory."

-Hope is a heuristic search Smooooth ~Hemanth
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I see. Thanks!
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