Hey Vern,

I was missing the greater than (>) sign to get it to pipe it into the file.  
Reason being was all of the > signs used in everyones previous text.  See 
below. :)


>>> vhamberg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 03/01/04 08:47PM >>>
Do you have a CD in the drive? It worked for me at V5R1 - the volume ID is 
shown as the first-level directory under /QOPT. Try

wrklnk '/qopt/*' to see if anything is there.


At 02:18 PM 3/1/2004 -0800, you wrote:
>I just tried this and my volid file is empty.  I'm on V5R1.
> >>> michaelr_41@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx 03/01/04 01:53PM >>>
>If you do an ls on /qopt, it returns the volume id. I'm then redirecting
>the output to a file.
>On Mon, 01 Mar 2004 13:47:38 -0800, "Ted Barry"
><tbarry@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> said:
> > So how is the vol id returned  from QSH?
> >
> > >>> michaelr_41@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx 03/01/04 01:20PM >>>
> > You can also do it in QSH if you like, like this:
> >
> > QSH CMD('ls /qopt >/qsys.lib/michael.lib/volid.file/volid.mbr')

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