• Subject: RE: DASD USAGE UTILITY
  • From: Glenn Birnbaum <gbirnba@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 1 Sep 1999 18:24:21 -0700

Also, remember that the unprotected space on the system also is usually 
unaccounted for by DSPOBJD.   This includes the temporary storage space used by 
jobs while the system is running.  Sometimes a runaway job can use GB's of disk 
and after it's cancelled, magically the storage is returned.  When you go to 
restricted state, you will see this space decrease.  Look at the WRKSYSSTS 
screen and you'll find current and max unprotected storage.

Glenn Birnbaum

>-----Original Message-----
>From:  Jewel, Jerry [SMTP:jerry.jewel@nissan-usa.com]
>Subject:       RE: DASD USAGE UTILITY
>
>Not all objects on the system appear via DSPOBJD.  Microcode, for example.  
>
>The best accounting I've seen is printed at the beginning of the Print Disk
>Information (PRTDSKINF) reports.  To run, you must first build the QAEZDISK
>data base file via the Retrieve Disk Information (RTVDSKINF) command.  These
>commands are a part of OS400.

>Regards,
>Jerry Jewel

> > -----Original Message-----
> > From:       oludare [SMTP:oludare@ix.netcom.com]
> > Subject:    DASD USAGE UTILITY
>       ... 
> > I have created a DASD daily usage utility using DSPOBJD, CLP,QRY and
> > embeded
> > SQL 
> > 
>       ...
> > What happened to 16% of DASD, where in the system can I find this used
> > storage or  is there a good explanation for the hidden space.
>       ... 
> 
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