We wrote a program that is part of our backup process that looks at the 
number of deleted records in each file and if that exceeds 20%, reorgs the 
There are some files you cannot reorg using the RGZPFM command as there 
are MAPICS programs that need to do this.
Look in table MBRLST and the column "File reorganization procedure", if 
it's a physical file (PTYPE) and RPROC is blank, you can use RGZPFM.
We only do the files with a blank RPROC.

I don't think it would be to difficult to use the procedures though:

Populate the LDA
Call the procedure in RPROC

Test thoroughly!

It's hard to tell how long it will take but if you're system is pretty 
much in dedicated mode, measure it once and it really shouldn't change 
significantly unless the number of rows starts growing or you start adding 

Ron Hankey - CPIM

Peter wrote:
Is there a way that I can easily submit the reorganization from within my 
system start up CL?  Anybody that may want to share how you do it in your 

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