If all you need is to do a chmod, and you're doing it in a batch
environment, you might consider calling the chmod() function of the
UNIX-type APIs.  There's a lot less overhead to calling the API vs. using
QSH, so you'd get much better performance.

Just a suggestion.


On Wed, 19 Dec 2001, Leland, David wrote:
>
> Hey, that's cool.  Wasn't aware of that.  I tried it and looks like it'll
> work fine.  Thanks for the info.
>
> Dave
>



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