The idea of a system file containing a list of all files and their size
sounds nice but the overhead of updating for every record added or deleted
would be tremendous.
The only thing you have is DSPOBJD as you have it. Submit it to batch
and let it run.
You also need to look at the IFS.
There is another option - RTVDSKINF followed by PRTDSKINF. These are
also going to be long-running, but you get both library objects and
On 2/13/2013 2:52 PM, Stone, Joel wrote:
We want to reduce the % system ASP used as displayed by WRKSYSSTS.
One method is DSPOBJD OBJ(*ALLUSR/*ALL) OBJTYPE(*ALL) to an outfile.
But this takes a long time.
Is there a file on the iseries to query such that I can simply
SELECT * from systemfile where OBJSIZE > 1000000000
Ie is there a file on the iseries similar to QADBIFLD or QADBXREF which
contains libname, objname, and size of each object?
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