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Re: Disk report showing *NOLIBRARY



fixed

Sorry, I missed to mention that.

1.We have recently upgraded to V7R1.
2. PRTDSKINF shows 'Objects not in a library ' as 0% but the detailed
report shows the following:

% of Size in
Description Disk 1,000,000 bytes
User libraries 66.17 5072907.90
User directories 1.40 107293.31
Folders and documents .27 21061.38
QSYS .71 54571.14
Other IBM libraries 1.70 130474.16
Licensed Internal Code .08 6409.97
Temporary space 3.47 265849.46
Unused space 25.65 1966674.08
System internal objects .45 34870.63
Objects not in a library .00 77.73
TOTAL 99.90 60189.76


And

Library Information
% of Size in Last Last
Library Owner Disk 1000 bytes Change
Use Description

*NOLIBRARY 71.59 5487830860.3


It is a production box and has no downtime except during switch which
happens every 6 months. So, no IPL, no reclaim storage till switch.


Thanks,
Ankush



On Mon, Dec 17, 2012 at 9:32 AM, <rob@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Perhaps something is lost in translation. Are you talking about the
report produced by PRTDSKINF and what appears as "Objects not in a
library" in my version?
% of Size in
Description Disk 1,000,000 bytes
User libraries 43.02 789280.40
User directories 6.73 123399.88
Folders and documents .00 .34
QSYS .28 5114.43
Other IBM libraries 1.22 22379.24
Licensed Internal Code .28 5140.00
Temporary space 1.12 20603.08
Unused space 46.98 861996.12
System internal objects .35 6486.79
Objects not in a library .00 .00
TOTAL 99.98 1834400.28


See also:

http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=nas381c4403f26027a578625719b004cf058

http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=nas2be4e4e63a6bfd16486257163003ca247

http://www-912.ibm.com/a_dir/as4ptf.NSF/b3cb9d42f672b70f86256739004afa0f/d6474cce274d91d4862577fc006e595a?OpenDocument
and various other V5R4 PTF's for this issue...


http://www-912.ibm.com/s_dir/slkbase.NSF/643d2723f2907f0b8625661300765a2a/fe7569e198030b6d86256b2c0052ea3e?OpenDocument&ExpandSection=-1
"Use the Reclaim Storage (RCLSTG) command if the size is significant. "

http://archive.midrange.com/midrange-l/200803/msg00116.html

See also DSPDTAARA QRCLSTG. Notice the start/end date/time from the first
two lines below on my last run. That's CYYMMDD HHMMSS. ymmv
Value
Offset *...+....1....+....2....+..
0 '1121207 190611
50 '1121208 004319
100 'V7R1M0 GDISYS 103BDDD
150 'R0005779366042721
200 'F0001508865004916
250 'D0000534354000155
300 'O0005245012000050


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From: Ankush Agrawal <aankush39@xxxxxxxxx>
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion <midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>,
Date: 12/17/2012 10:17 AM
Subject: Disk report showing *NOLIBRARY
Sent by: midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx



Hi,

While analysing disk report, I noticed that approx. 25% of disk space
is getting consumed by *NOLIBRARY. I tried searching about it but
couldn't find anything except this :

'*NOLIBRARY is a general name given to those objects that do not have
a library address. The size of *NOLIBRARY is determined by the number
of unassigned objects in *NOLIBRARY. *NOLIBRARY is not a real library
and cannot be used as one.'

Has anyone ever noticed this.


Thanks,
Ankush Agrawal
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