You can use the IFSTOOL

One of the commands included here is the READDIR command.  This command 
retrieves all objects in a given directory and in nested 
directories. Objects are documented in database file QTEMP/DIRLIST in 
member IFSTOOL. Optionally the contents of this database file can be 
printed. The following information is collected on the database file for 
each object: 
* object name (inclusive of path) 
* object type 
* object size (byte) 
* date of the last change 

The printout provides also a size subtotal for each directory and a gross 
Note 1. In order to avoid excessive load on the interactive, the program 
submits a batch job to perform the huge work. The batch job provides the 
results to the submitting job, which then resumes execution. 

These tools are free.   Hope this helps,

Peter Vidal 
PALL Corporation / SR Programmer Analyst, IT Development Group
10540 Ridge Rd., Ste 203, New Port Richey, FL 34654-5111

"You should pray for a sound mind in a sound body."
Juvenal (55 AD - 127 AD), Satires

"Colin Williams" <colinwilliams007@xxxxxxxxx>
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Anyone got any techniques for finding large objects on the IFS,
an equivalent to DSPLIB thats lists objects and their size? Trying to find
out whats filling up disk

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