strange result from @FILESIZE

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#1
Hello,

I want to find out how much space is occupied by old files, e.g. older than december 2010.
But the results I get are not what I excpected:

Code:
C:\restore\Daten\user_se\Anlagen\FL51 >echo %@filesize[/s /[d2000-01-01,2010-12-31] *.*,M]
626
 
C:\restore\Daten\user_se\Anlagen\FL51 >echo %@filesize[/s /[d2010-12-31,2000-01-01] *.*,M]
626
 
C:\restore\Daten\user_se\Anlagen\FL51 >cd Bildverarbeitung\
 
C:\restore\Daten\user_se\Anlagen\FL51\Bildverarbeitung >echo %@filesize[/s /[d2010-12-31,2000-01-01] *.*,M]
3560
 
C:\restore\Daten\user_se\Anlagen\FL51\Bildverarbeitung >echo %@filesize[/s /[d2000-01-01,2010-12-31] *.*,M]
3560
 
C:\restore\Daten\user_se\Anlagen\FL51\Bildverarbeitung >echo %@filesize[/s /[d2000-01-01,2010-12-31] .\*.*,M]
3560
 
C:\restore\Daten\user_se\Anlagen\FL51\Bildverarbeitung >.
 
C:\restore\Daten\user_se\Anlagen\FL51 >echo %@filesize[/s /[d2000-01-01,2010-12-31] .\*.*,M]
626
 
C:\restore\Daten\user_se\Anlagen\FL51 >echo %@filesize[/s99 /[d2000-01-01,2010-12-31] .\*.*,M]
626
 
C:\restore\Daten\user_se\Anlagen\FL51 >ver /r
 
TCC LE  13.04.60   Windows 2003 [Version 5.2.3790]
TCC LE Build 60   Windows 2003 Build 3790  Service Pack 2
 
C:\restore\Daten\user_se\Anlagen\FL51 >plugin
TCC: No plugins loaded
 
#2
I too am getting incorrect results. Doing a search using the same date range of the same "qcmsb0" folder, I ended up with 77048 files totaling over 100 GB (including subfolders, not including system or hidden files and folders, not including folder names).

Code:
[C:\Documents and Settings\qcmsb0]
08:26:44 $ echo %@filesize[/s /[d2000-01-01,2010-12-31] *.*,M]
2
 
[C:\Documents and Settings\qcmsb0]
08:27:45 $ cd desktop
 
[C:\Documents and Settings\qcmsb0\Desktop]
08:27:53 $ echo %@filesize[/s /[d2000-01-01,2010-12-31] *.*,M]
80
 
[C:\Documents and Settings\qcmsb0\Desktop]
08:27:54 $ ver /r
 
TCC  13.04.61  Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
TCC Build 61  Windows XP Build 2600  Service Pack 3
 
#3
I'm glad I'm not alone ;-)

@files isn't working correct, too.
Code:
C:\restore\Daten\user_se\Anlagen\FL51 >echo %@files[/s /[d2000-01-01,2010-12-31] *.*]
6805
 
C:\restore\Daten\user_se\Anlagen\FL51 >cd Bildverarbeitung\
 
C:\restore\Daten\user_se\Anlagen\FL51\Bildverarbeitung >echo %@files[/s /[d2000-01-01,2010-12-31] *.*]
12357