In the shell itself, du -sk will give you (d)isk (u)sage including
(s)ubdirs [of the current working directory, wherever you are] in
[k]ilobytes.

On Aug 18, 2017 10:50 AM, "Steve Pavlichek" <spavlichek@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Is there an easy way to determine disk space usage from the IFS by
directory and subdirectory? I recently migrated a customer and the IFS
restore took forever. Found out that one directory of the IFS had over 7.9
million log files.

I used the RTVDIRINF and PRTDIRINF commands but the report was over 100k
pages as it details every subdirectory. The files the RTVDIRINF created
(QAEZD0001O and QAEZD0001D) did not have the directory names in readable
form.

Looking for # of objects and total size by directory and sub-directory.
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