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  • Subject: The search for the lost disk space
  • From: shahar mor <shahar_mor@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 8 Feb 2001 12:45:10 -0800 (PST)

Hi all,

Despite the age and white hair - i'm stucked :)

My customer has machine with 70 GB of disk. 
Total of all objects size (retrieved via rtvdskinf and
dspobjd *all and even dspusrprf *all) is 20 GB.

The wrksyssts displays 90% utilization. It keeps
growing every day and will go down to 30% after ipl
(and regrowing after the ipl :))

I wrote down a program to list all active jobs via
qusljob and then get each job temporary storage via
qusrjobi - the program found 5 more gb in temporary
storage.

Something is very wrong here but how can i spot what ?

btw the system runs:

* green screen application
* vision solution for ha
* client server stuff via odbc (200 QZDAOSINIT jobs
active)

Any advice on this issue will be appricieted

 

=====
Shahar mor
consultant

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