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Is there replacement for split in Windows? [duplicate]

I want to split a large file ~9 GB by lines, I know split command in UNIX but is there a similar command for Windows?
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How can I see the last lines of a large file in Windows? [duplicate]

My servers hung, and after a restart it showed me that my hard drive was full (Windows Server 2008). I looked into the problem and it was a 189 GB Tomcat log file! To find out the cause for the ...
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Possible Duplicate: Is there a text editor for very big files? I have text file (XML) of 40G. How to open it with text editor to see cursor and it's relative position to the beginning of ...
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How to view large spreadsheet in Windows

What would you recommend to a non-technical Windows user for viewing (no need to edit) large spreadsheets (200MB - 5GB). Format is CSV and I am told Excel chokes.
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Cannot copy files from external hard drive to desktop hard drive in Window 7

I'm trying to copy some old files from one of my external hard-drives to the hard drive of my desktop PC. Some files can not be copied but giving the error like 'Cannot read from source file or disk'. ...
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Possible Duplicate: Is there a text editor for very big files? I have a rather large log file on a Windows Server 2008 R2 computer. It's a couple gigabytes, but notepad, wordpad, ...
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View at least parts of a huge text file on Windows [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Text Editor for very big file - Windows I have a huge text file. Text editors refuse to open it due to it's size. How do I view it, without using a text editor? ...
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Storing large amounts of small files into bigger files on Windows

Let's say I have 50 GiB of files that weights around 500 KiB each. My guess is that having, for example, 5 large files of 10 GiB each with the same content archived in them would be better for hard ...