Find number of files in all subdirectories


Here's a simple command in bash to do the same.

for f in *; do [ -d ./"$f" ] && find ./"$f" -maxdepth 1 -exec echo \; | wc -l && echo $f; done

Works with all file names. Enjoy :)


Below commands are picked from the stackoverflow post:-
http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/4105/how-do-i-count-all-the-files-recursively-through-directories


List folder with filecount

find -maxdepth 1 -type d | sort | while read -r dir; do n=$(find "$dir" -type f | wc -l); printf "%4d : %s\n" $n "$dir"; done

List folder with Zero File Count

find -maxdepth 1 -type d | sort | while read -r dir; do n=$(find "$dir" -type f | wc -l); if [ $n -gt 0 ]; then printf "%4d : %s\n" $n "$dir"; fi; done

List folder with subfolder count

find -maxdepth 1 -type d | sort | while read -r dir; do n=$(find "$dir" -type d | wc -l); let n--; printf "%4d : %s\n" $n "$dir"; done

List folder with nonzero subfolder count 

find -maxdepth 1 -type d | sort | while read -r dir; do n=$(find "$dir" -type d | wc -l); let n--; if [ $n -gt 0 ]; then printf "%4d : %s\n" $n "$dir"; fi; done

List Empty folder

find -maxdepth 1 -type d | sort | while read -r dir; do n=$(find "$dir" | wc -l); let n--; if [ $n -eq 0 ]; then printf "%4d : %s\n" $n "$dir"; fi; done

List non-empty folder with content count 

find -maxdepth 1 -type d | sort | while read -r dir; do n=$(find "$dir" | wc -l); let n--; if [ $n -gt 0 ]; then printf "%4d : %s\n" $n "$dir"; fi; done