IBM provides a set of easy-to-use tools for working with the IFS. Here's a link to them:

GKern@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
I scanned the archives and found the following recommendation for determining the size of objects in the IFS:

ls -l -a -R > objects.txt This will place all the info for all directorys into a file called objects.txt in the root directory. However when I ran this, my object.txt file was empty. I noticed that this post was dated from 2001. Does anyone have any new/updated methods to easily perform this function?

Regards, Jerry

Gerald Kern
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