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Old 07-28-2011
Find more then 1000 file at a time

Dear All,

The need to found more than 1000 file are available in particular directory or not .That more than 1000 file stored in file.txt . i tried with locate & find command .But i can't get.pls post if any other option
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Old 07-28-2011
[ `ls DIR_NAME/|wc -l` -ge 48 ] && echo "more files !!! ah"

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