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I'd suggest to write some script/small program that employs XML parser. Then you can count records as they getting parsed and filter out only the stuff you need.
First of all, note that you are running wc -l on a directory. That command is for counting lines in text files. So wc is basically looking at whatever internal binary format your file system uses to represent directories and counting the number of times byte 0x0a appears there, which probably won't tell you anything useful. That said, even though both ...
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