Apparently you can also do this with DOS, but it is not nearly as easy as it is with Unix shells or Poweshell.
DOS corner: Good old DOS have FINDSTR which is quite similar to ‘grep’ but does not have anything to resemble ‘wc –l’. However, the FIND command can count occurrences so
type log_file | find /c url
would work – for a single file.
in order to do that for all files, an on-disk concatenated version would need to be created and removed. Here’s a batch file to accomplish this:
@Echo offpushd C:\inetpub\logs\LogFiles\W3SVC1if exist all.log del all.logcopy /a *.log all.log > nultype all.log | find /c %1del all.log > nulpopd