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waelti

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There is the possibility to look before a retrieve, which amount of data is to be expected thereby.
e.g. "q ar \amada\projects\EE\* -querysummary -su=yes"
The disadvantage is that the output of the single files is done in the console, which slows down a lot if there are some hundred thousand files.
Is there any way to see only the result without seeing every single file? I didn´t find anything, "-quiet" doesn´t work.

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Walter
 

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Not that I know of. The -quiet would not work in the case of a query because normally with a query, you want to see the data you are querying. I get why you don't in your particular case, but that's an exception, not the norm.

An alternative would be to redirect the output to a file. Writing to file is quicker than scrolling the output on the screen.
 

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