Easy way to measure movestatus

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    by hapklaar at 2013-01-11 16:09:21

    I'm looking for an easy way to measure the output of for example get-moverequest. This powershell command outputs all moverequests and their status, which is one of the following.

    AutoSuspended
    Completed
    CompletedWithWarning
    CompletionInProgress
    Failed
    InProgress
    None
    Queued
    Suspended

    I'd like to be able to get an output like this, so I can measure progress:

    AutoSuspended 548
    Completed 45
    CompletedWithWarning 0
    CompletionInProgress 5
    Failed 1
    etc.

    Is this possible with measure-object, or would I need something more complex? I don't want to have to specify all possible status values to count.

    by DonJ at 2013-01-15 14:50:41

    Pipe to Group-Object and group on the status (or whatever other) property. Measure-Object isn't the right way to go. The resulting group objects will have a Count property.

    E.g., Get-Service | Group-Object Status

    by hapklaar at 2013-02-12 13:19:53

    Sweet, thank you!

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