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Powershell sleep function, with progress bar.
function Sleep-Progress($seconds)
{
<#
.SYNOPSIS
Function to Start-Sleep with a progress bar
.DESCRIPTION
Runs the 'Start-Sleep' command using the with a progress bar. Time is passed to the function in seconds as an argument.
.NOTES
# Updated from original to include the 'Wait time' in minutes and seconds
.EXAMPLE
Sleep-Progress 300
.LINK
https://gist.github.com/evoelker/fcd8dc1563e15a6f8e5e11fdd93880cf
https://gist.github.com/ctigeek/bd637eeaeeb71c5b17f4
#>
$doneDT = (Get-Date).AddSeconds($seconds)
while($doneDT -gt (Get-Date)) {
$secondsLeft = $doneDT.Subtract((Get-Date)).TotalSeconds
$percent = ($seconds - $secondsLeft) / $seconds * 100
Write-Progress -Activity "Waiting $($([timespan]::fromseconds($seconds)).ToString("mm\:ss")) minutes ..." -Status "Waiting..." -SecondsRemaining $secondsLeft -PercentComplete $percent
[System.Threading.Thread]::Sleep(500)
}
Write-Progress -Activity "Waiting $($([timespan]::fromseconds($seconds)).ToString("mm\:ss")) minutes ..." -Status "Waiting..." -SecondsRemaining 0 -Completed
}
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