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Sorry I did not see this follow-up. Yes you can. In recent versions of xml_split, the -g or the -s options should give you what you need:

  -s <size>
       generates files of (approximately) <size>. The 
       content of each file is enclosed 
       in a new element ("xml_split::root"), so itís 
       well-formed XML.  The size can be given in bytes,
       Kb, Mb or Gb.

   -g <nb>
       groups <nb> elements in a single file. The content
      of each file is enclosed in a new element 
     ("xml_split::root"), so itís well-formed XML.

In reply to Re^3: xml_split - split huge XML documents into smaller chunks by mirod
in thread xml_split - split huge XML documents into smaller chunks by mirod

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