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Why are the files not being returned when I run this Powershell script?  What do I need to correct to get the files to list?  Thank you.

Write-Host "Start  " $(Get-Date -Format HH:mm:ss.fff)
$startFolders = New-Object string[] 9
$serverTypes = New-Object string[] 9

$startFolders[0] = "\\SRV01\X\data\tabsvc\logs"
$startFolders[1] = "\\SRV01\X\logs"
$startFolders[2] = "\\SRV02\X\data\tabsvc\vizqlserver\logs"

$startFolders[3] = "\\SRV03\X\logs"
$startFolders[4] = "\\SRV04\X\data\tabsvc\logs"
$startFolders[5] = "\\SRV05\X\data\tabsvc\vizqlserver\logs"

$startFolders[6] = "\\SRV06\X\logs"
$startFolders[7] = "\\SRV07\X\data\tabsvc\logs"
$startFolders[8] = "\\SRV08\X\data\tabsvc\vizqlserver\logs"

$serverTypes[0] = "DEV Primary"
$serverTypes[1] = "DEV Primary"
$serverTypes[2] = "DEV Worker 1"

$serverTypes[3] = "PROD Primary"
$serverTypes[4] = "PROD Worker 1"
$serverTypes[5] = "PROD Worker 2"

$serverTypes[6] = "QA Primary"
$serverTypes[7] = "QA Worker 1"
$serverTypes[8] = "QA Worker 2"

$logPath = "D:\Resource\Install\PowerShellScripts\LogFileSize " + $(get-date -f yyyyMMdd.HHmm) + ".txt"
$dt = get-date

Add-Content $logPath -value "SVR_TYPE|LOG_PATH|LOG_SIZE|SIZE_UOM|DATETIME|OBJTYPE"

foreach ($startFolder in $startFolders)
{
  #$ErrorActionPreference = "SilentlyContinue"  

  #Starting folder
  $colItems = (Get-ChildItem $startFolder | Measure-Object -property length -sum)
  $val = $serverTypes[$startFolders.IndexOf($startFolder)] + "|" + $startFolder + "|" + "{0:f2}" -f ($colItems.sum / 1KB) + "|KB|" + $dt + "|FOLDER" 
  Add-Content $logPath -value $val

  #Subfolders
  #$colItems = (Get-ChildItem $startFolder -Recurse | Where-Object {$_.PSIsContainer -eq $True} | Sort-Object)
  $colItems = (Get-ChildItem $startFolder -Recurse -Directory | Sort-Object)
  foreach ($i in $colItems)
      {
          $subFolderItems = (Get-ChildItem $i.FullName | Measure-Object -property length -sum)
          $val = $serverTypes[$startFolders.IndexOf($startFolder)] + "|" + $i.FullName + "|" + "{0:f2}" -f ($subFolderItems.sum / 1KB) + "|KB|" + $dt + "|FOLDER"
	      Add-Content $logPath -value $val
          
          #Files
          $dir = $i.FullName
          $files = (Get-ChildItem -Path $dir -File | Select-Object FullName,Length)
          foreach ($f in $files)
          {
                  $val = $serverTypes[$startFolders.IndexOf($startFolder)] + "|" + $f.FullName + "|" + "{0:f2}" -f ($f.Length / 1KB) + "|KB|" + $dt + "|FILE" |
	              Add-Content $logPath -value $val
          }
      }
 }
 Write-Host "Finish " $(Get-Date -Format HH:mm:ss.fff)
 exit

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by:oBdA
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Try it like this:
$dt = Get-Date
$LogPath = "D:\Resource\Install\PowerShellScripts\LogFileSize $($dt.ToString('yyyyMMdd.HHmm')).txt"

Function New-Row($SVR_TYPE, $LOG_PATH, $LOG_SIZE, $SIZE_UOM, $DATETIME, $OBJTYPE) {
	New-Object -TypeName PSObject -Property ([ordered]@{
		'SVR_TYPE' = $SVR_TYPE
		'LOG_PATH' = $LOG_PATH
		'LOG_SIZE' = [math]::Round($LOG_SIZE, 2)
		'SIZE_UOM' = $SIZE_UOM
		'DATETIME' = $DATETIME
		'OBJTYPE' = $OBJTYPE
	})
}

$Sources = @'
	"ServerType",	"StartFolder"
	"DEV Primary",	"\\SRV01\X\data\tabsvc\logs"
	"DEV Primary",	"\\SRV01\X\logs"
	"DEV Worker 1",	"\\SRV02\X\data\tabsvc\vizqlserver\logs"
	"PROD Primary",	"\\SRV03\X\logs"
	"PROD Worker 1","\\SRV04\X\data\tabsvc\logs"
	"PROD Worker 2","\\SRV05\X\data\tabsvc\vizqlserver\logs"
	"QA Primary",	"\\SRV06\X\logs"
	"QA Worker 1",	"\\SRV07\X\data\tabsvc\logs"
	"QA Worker 2",	"\\SRV08\X\data\tabsvc\vizqlserver\logs"
'@ | ConvertFrom-Csv

Write-Host "Start  " $(Get-Date -Format HH:mm:ss.fff)
ForEach ($Source In $Sources) {
	#$ErrorActionPreference = "SilentlyContinue"  
	#Starting folder
	$Size = (Get-ChildItem $Source.StartFolder -File | Measure-Object -Property Length -Sum).Sum
	New-Row -SVR_TYPE $Source.ServerType -LOG_PATH $Source.StartFolder -LOG_SIZE ($Size / 1KB) -SIZE_UOM 'KB' -DATETIME $dt -OBJTYPE 'FOLDER'
	#Subfolders
	Get-ChildItem $Source.StartFolder -Recurse -Directory | Sort-Object -Property FullName | ForEach-Object {
		$Size = (Get-ChildItem $_.FullName -File | Measure-Object -Property Length -Sum).Sum
		New-Row -SVR_TYPE $Source.ServerType -LOG_PATH $_.FullName -LOG_SIZE ($Size / 1KB) -SIZE_UOM 'KB' -DATETIME $dt -OBJTYPE 'FOLDER'
		#Files
		Get-ChildItem -Path $_.FullName -File | Sort-Object -Property Name | ForEach-Object {
			New-Row -SVR_TYPE $Source.ServerType -LOG_PATH $_.FullName -LOG_SIZE ($_.Length / 1KB) -SIZE_UOM 'KB' -DATETIME $dt -OBJTYPE 'FILE'
		}
	}
} | Export-Csv -NoTypeInformation -Path $LogPath
Write-Host "Finish " $(Get-Date -Format HH:mm:ss.fff)

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by:Nathan Vanderwyst
ID: 41897844
Wow, you took this to a new level.  I got an error message and I tried to figure it out but I'm at a loss.  Some of the folders have no files but I don't know if that is the issue.  Thank you so much.

At D:\Resource\Install\PowerShellScripts\LogFileFolderAndFileSizes.ps1:43 char:3
+ } | Export-Csv -NoTypeInformation -Path $LogPath
+   ~
An empty pipe element is not allowed.
    + CategoryInfo          : ParserError: (:) [], ParentContainsErrorRecordException
    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : EmptyPipeElement

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oBdA earned 500 total points
ID: 41897852
Sorry, tested without the export:
$dt = Get-Date
$LogPath = "D:\Resource\Install\PowerShellScripts\LogFileSize $($dt.ToString('yyyyMMdd.HHmm')).txt"

Function New-Row($SVR_TYPE, $LOG_PATH, $LOG_SIZE, $SIZE_UOM, $DATETIME, $OBJTYPE) {
	New-Object -TypeName PSObject -Property ([ordered]@{
		'SVR_TYPE' = $SVR_TYPE
		'LOG_PATH' = $LOG_PATH
		'LOG_SIZE' = [math]::Round($LOG_SIZE, 2)
		'SIZE_UOM' = $SIZE_UOM
		'DATETIME' = $DATETIME
		'OBJTYPE' = $OBJTYPE
	})
}

$Sources = @'
	"ServerType",	"StartFolder"
	"DEV Primary",	"\\SRV01\X\data\tabsvc\logs"
	"DEV Primary",	"\\SRV01\X\logs"
	"DEV Worker 1",	"\\SRV02\X\data\tabsvc\vizqlserver\logs"
	"PROD Primary",	"\\SRV03\X\logs"
	"PROD Worker 1","\\SRV04\X\data\tabsvc\logs"
	"PROD Worker 2","\\SRV05\X\data\tabsvc\vizqlserver\logs"
	"QA Primary",	"\\SRV06\X\logs"
	"QA Worker 1",	"\\SRV07\X\data\tabsvc\logs"
	"QA Worker 2",	"\\SRV08\X\data\tabsvc\vizqlserver\logs"
'@ | ConvertFrom-Csv

Write-Host "Start  " $(Get-Date -Format HH:mm:ss.fff)
$(ForEach ($Source In $Sources) {
	#$ErrorActionPreference = "SilentlyContinue"  
	#Starting folder
	$Size = (Get-ChildItem $Source.StartFolder -File | Measure-Object -Property Length -Sum).Sum
	New-Row -SVR_TYPE $Source.ServerType -LOG_PATH $Source.StartFolder -LOG_SIZE ($Size / 1KB) -SIZE_UOM 'KB' -DATETIME $dt -OBJTYPE 'FOLDER'
	#Subfolders
	Get-ChildItem $Source.StartFolder -Recurse -Directory | Sort-Object -Property FullName | ForEach-Object {
		$Size = (Get-ChildItem $_.FullName -File | Measure-Object -Property Length -Sum).Sum
		New-Row -SVR_TYPE $Source.ServerType -LOG_PATH $_.FullName -LOG_SIZE ($Size / 1KB) -SIZE_UOM 'KB' -DATETIME $dt -OBJTYPE 'FOLDER'
		#Files
		Get-ChildItem -Path $_.FullName -File | Sort-Object -Property Name | ForEach-Object {
			New-Row -SVR_TYPE $Source.ServerType -LOG_PATH $_.FullName -LOG_SIZE ($_.Length / 1KB) -SIZE_UOM 'KB' -DATETIME $dt -OBJTYPE 'FILE'
		}
	}
}) | Export-Csv -NoTypeInformation -Path $LogPath
Write-Host "Finish " $(Get-Date -Format HH:mm:ss.fff)

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by:Nathan Vanderwyst
ID: 41897863
That worked, I see you had to encapsulate the foreach with $(...) to make it work.   The only issue that I still have is that some folders that have files, are not returning the files names and size, only the folder name itself is listed.  I find that odd really odd.  Any ideas?
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by:oBdA
ID: 41897951
Are those files maybe hidden? Then you need to add "-Force" to Get-ChildItem; by default, it doesn't return hidden files or folders.
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by:Nathan Vanderwyst
ID: 41897976
They are not hidden but since they are log files some are actively being written to so I wonder if that has anything to do with it.  Just for kicks I tried adding  "-Force " but no joy.  Any other ideas?
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by:oBdA
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Do you get errors for these files (without $ErrorActionPreference)?
Do you get any other files in these folders?
Do you have permissions for these folders, and if so, did you run the script from an elevated prompt?
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by:Nathan Vanderwyst
ID: 41898149
No I do not get any errors when I remove that line.
Yes, I get files from other folders but not all of them.
Yes I have permissions, and yes I ran from elevated prompt.

I don't have a way to know, but maybe they could be a virtualized folders like I read here  It seems unlikely but I don't know why else some folders list the files and others do not.
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by:Nathan Vanderwyst
ID: 41899534
Thank you!
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