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Parca esti la piata. "Vreau sa cumpar un porc. Cineva ceva?"

Nu stiu cum poti sa te astepti la un raspuns cand pui o asa intrebare.

 

Pe ce criterii vrei sa imparti fisierele in foldere? Dupa nume, extensie, dimensiune, foldere cu un anumit numar de fisiere? etc...

 

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Chiar daca nu meriti, l-am facut mai mult pentru mine(imi place sa invat lucruri noi):

#!/bin/bash
subfolder_prefix="subfolder_" # subfolder prefix
subfolders=6 #number of subfolders
for i in `seq 1 $subfolders`; do
  mkdir "$subfolder_prefix$i" # create the subfolders
done
current_file=1
for i in $(find . -maxdepth 1 -type f -exec basename \{} \; | grep -v script_create_subfolders.sh); do
  # get all files from current directory.
  mv $i $subfolder_prefix$((current_file%subfolders))"/"$i
  current_file=$(( current_file + 1 ))
done

 

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4 minutes ago, kznamst said:

Chiar daca nu meriti, l-am facut mai mult pentru mine(imi place sa invat lucruri noi):


#!/bin/bash
subfolder_prefix="subfolder_" # subfolder prefix
subfolders=6 #number of subfolders
for i in `seq 1 $subfolders`; do
  mkdir "$subfolder_prefix$i" # create the subfolders
done
current_file=1
for i in $(find . -maxdepth 1 -type f -exec basename \{} \; | grep -v script_create_subfolders.sh); do
  # get all files from current directory.
  mv $i $subfolder_prefix$((current_file%subfolders))"/"$i
  current_file=$(( current_file + 1 ))
done

 

Mersi mult. Intre timp m-am descurcat dupa nr. de fisiere.

 

 

i=0;
for f in *;
do
    d=dir_$(printf %03d $((i/1000+1)));
    mkdir -p $d;
    mv "$f" $d;
    let i++;
done

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