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Windows PowerShell aliases

 

1. Introducción a PowerShell (nivel intermedio)

Desde el año 2006 Microsoft dispone de una línea de comandos mejorada que se denomina PowerShell (aunque los orígenes de PowerShell datan de años anteriores y el nombre del proyecto se conocía como MONAD), es más potente y rica que la consola de MS-DOS. PowerShell es una línea de comandos con tecnología de scripting basada en tareas que proporciona a los administradores de tecnologías de la información (TI) un control integral y la posibilidad de automatizar las tareas de administración del sistema. PowerShell se ha creado sobre .NET Framework, Common Language Runtime (CLR) y .NET Framework, y acepta y devuelve […]

WMI Classes (detailed)

 

Win32 Classes (Windows)

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Windows PowerShell aliases

 

mysqlcheck: A Table Maintenance Program

The mysqlcheck client performs table maintenance: It checks, repairs, optimizes, or analyzes tables. Each table is locked and therefore unavailable to other sessions while it is being processed, although for check operations, the table is locked with a READ lock only (see Section 13.3.5, “LOCK TABLES and UNLOCK TABLES Syntax”, for more information about READ and WRITE locks). Table maintenance operations can be time-consuming, particularly for large tables. If you use the –databases or –all-databases option to process all tables in one or more databases, an invocation of mysqlcheck might take a long time. (This is also true formysql_upgrade because that […]

fork (System Call)

NAME fork – create a new process SYNOPSIS

DESCRIPTION The fork() function shall create a new process. The new process (child process) shall be an exact copy of the calling process (parent process) except as detailed below: The child process shall have a unique process ID. The child process ID also shall not match any active process group ID. The child process shall have a different parent process ID, which shall be the process ID of the calling process. The child process shall have its own copy of the parent’s file descriptors. Each of the child’s file descriptors shall […]

Getting Help

Windows PowerShell includes two basic types of help – command help and conceptual help – both of which can be accessed from the console using the Get-Help cmdlet. To retrieve a list of all available help topics simply type the following command:

  That will bring back a list similar to this: Once you have that list you can then get help on the specific topic by passing the topic name to Get-Help. For example, suppose you’d like more information about the Get-Member cmdlet. In that case, simply use that command:

  By default help appears in the console window […]