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RE: How to "clean up the system"



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David,

Point your query tool at qusrsys/qaezdisk that's the file that the
system loads when you run RTVDSKINF, and the file that the PRTDSKINF
command reads to make its report. There's no reason to try and process
the printed output, go to the source.

However, its been my experience that the cost of attempting to clean up
"old stuff" is usually far greater than the cost of buying more disk
space. Disk is cheap (really <G>) but the man hours spent looking for
things to clean up, and handling the problems caused by deleting things
that really are still used is high.

-Walden 


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I missed worded my last post....  I am getting records.  What I meant to

say was that, when using viewpoint (GUI intereface for querying data),
it 
only sees 1 field instead of all of the fields listed in the report.  I
am 
trying to query the report by last used date and last changed date of 
objects.

Dvaid




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What information are you looking for?

If you are trying to query the detail and add up by library or some such
thing then I suggest you prompt for RTVDSKINF and read the help.  It
creates a file that you can query.

If you are only getting one record with CPYSPLF you are seriously
messing
it up.  I just did the following on my system:
CRTPF FILE(ROB/SPOOLDAVE) RCDLEN(150)
prtdskinf *sys
CPYSPLF FILE(QPEZDISK) TOFILE(ROB/SPOOLDAVE)
83 records copied to file SPOOLDAVE in ROB.

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When using the PRTDSKINF, there anyway to save the spool file output to
an

outfile?  I have tried converting the spool file using CPYSPLF to a PF
but

it will not allow me to query it (it only sees 1 record).


Thanks,

David


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