Look at dspfd *mbrlist outfile(xxx/yyy), then do a qry to select (forget
field off top of balding head) that has number of deleted records.

On the DSPFD select only physical files.

In the qry EXCLUDE stuff like QSYS...etc...

Don in DC

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On Wed, 9 Jan 2002, Dave Snyder wrote:

> Anybody know a utility (TAATOOL) or command that I can run against a library 
>showing all of the physical files, the number of records in the file, and the 
>number of deleted records?
> Dave
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