dir %DRIVE_NAME%: /S /C /A-D /Q /T:C | findstr ".zip$ .doc$ .xls$ .xpt$ .cpt$ .cpo$ .xlsx$ .pdf$ .dat$ .txt$ .docx$ .csv$" >> file.info
I am using above command to list all information in file, as below:
03/27/2013 01:02 PM 86,280 uusr\fr02 h123_frf67_rk_20140327.txt 03/27/2013 01:02 PM 5,513 usr\fr02 h123_frf67_rk_20140328.txt
%DRIVE_NAME%: is mapped drive.
Folders will be the same; not more than 100 folders and their sub-folders, and there will only be 2 or 3 files at time in any one of the folders.
Now the issues is that for one folder it works perfect, but for 80 to 90 folders it is taking too much time.
I think it's because of
findstr and the different extensions used. Is there any way to make it faster?