Frank,

You could always use RTVDIRINF and query the resulting file afterwards.

HTH,

Luis Rodriguez
IBM Certified Systems Expert — eServer i5 iSeries
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On Mon, Apr 18, 2011 at 3:51 PM, <fbocch2595@xxxxxxx> wrote:


Hi Folks, we had moved data off our IBMi but in a nice turn of events we've
decided to put the data back on the i and in the IFS (some good news for a
change). The data is in one directory but in dozens of sub directories of
that directory. How could I use QSH to total up the number of objects in
the sub directories and the total size of the objects? I haven't been asked
for details on the names and sizes of each object so if I could get a grand
total of the number of objects and a grand total of the size of the objects
that would suffice for now.
As always, any info/help appreciated.
Thanks, Frank



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