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We are making use of DIRUSE.exe in the following way to get the space details of the directories. But the problem is we are unable to file the filesize of the files in the last folder. It just gives the space details of all the subfolders. Could you please help me out to find out the space details of the files inside the subfolders.
E:\QlikView\DIRUSE /s/m E:\QlikView\Data > E:\QlikView\Data\Size.txt
Size.txt contains sizes of all the sub folders inside E:\QlikView\Data. Header of the output is something like below.
Size(mb) Files Directory
Please help me out on this...
If you need it in QV, you can combine the recursive for each example to entering folders and getting each file and then use the filesize function.
if you need it as a batch script, please give some informations like filesys, operating sys etc.
Seems to work for me, here at my place.
If you are having problems with Windows resource kit executables like diruse.exe, I suggest you post your issue to a Microsoft Windows forum. Your request seems not to be very QV specific.
Did you tried using the same DIRUSE.exe by passing the parameters? If so please let me know what parameters you are using? In my case we are passing /s/m. Let me know if anything wrong here.
I know this is issue not specific to QV. But thought of giving it a try by posting it here so that at lease someone who has worked on similar thing can help me out.
I need it as a batch script or VBScript. We are using Windows Server 2008. Let me know if you need any more details.
Yes, I used
diruse.exe /s/m "c:\intel" > c:\Temp\diruse.txt
and I got
Size (mb) Files Directory
3.03 2 C:\INTEL
0.00 0 C:\INTEL\ExtremeGraphics
0.00 0 C:\INTEL\ExtremeGraphics\CUI
0.00 1 C:\INTEL\ExtremeGraphics\CUI\Resource
2.57 8 C:\INTEL\Logs
5.60 11 SUB-TOTAL: C:\INTEL
5.60 11 TOTAL: C:\INTEL
It might be a executable / OS version issue, but again, I would suggest that you post your request to a Windows forum, just because I believe you'll find an answer there more easily.
As Jonas said, there are samples here in the forum on how to list the file sizes using the QV script, but if you want to use Windows scripting, there are better sources in the WWW to look for.
I could see size of the sub folders in above output. I don't see size of the files there. Please correct me if I am wrong. That was the issue I am facing it.
Also please post me the Microsoft Windows URL so that I can post this issue there. Please let me know in case of any issues.
That's probably because you are using a tool that's coping with directory usage.
You can try with the DIR command
dir /S /A:-D /O:S c:\intel
There is not a single URL for Windows related questions, there are actually myriads of URLs.
You can start with Technet forums social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/home or stackoverflow.com
I would suggest that you google for an existing answer, since this request should already been answered.
edit: removed the external links to get this post out of moderation (after 3 days)
Any updates on the questions which I have asked for?
Any updates from anyone on this? Please help...