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The following will move a series of files into subfolders. It hashes the file names, building a two character, two folder deep hierarchy to split the files, e.g. a1/b2. The motivation for this is to split 500,000 folders into a manageable hierarchy, to avoid file system limits – in NTFS this is quite slow, and well over the 64,000 limit in ext4.
for f in `ls pacer/`; do echo -n $f | md5sum | sed 's`\(..\)\(..\).*`\1/\2/`' | tr -d '\n'; echo $f; done;
./f > t
./t | sed 's`\(..\)/\(..\)/\(.*\)`mkdir pacer2/\1\nmkdir pacer2/\1/\2\nmv pacer/\3 pacer2/\1/\2/\3`' > dirs
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