Thanks everyone, I havent tried this method yet. I will try this once in
office.

Today i tried to get the size of IFS by using ' EDTF / ' and then option 6
( path size). I dont know whether the information that i have collected by
using this method is correct or not. Can anyone throw light on this method.

Ankush

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Subject: Size of IFS objects

Hi All,

I want to collect the information about the size of IFS objects in my
system. Please let me know how to find it.


Ankush Agrawal
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