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Le 11/04/2022 à 16:48, Rob Berendt a écrit :
Noticed space on a smaller system really creeping up.
RTVDSKINF followed by PRTDSKINF RPTTYPE(*LIB) OBJ(*ALL) MINSIZE(99999) was showing that our biggest library was QPFRDATA at about 62G
Many of these *MGTCOL and *CSFILE objects were rather dated.
Isn't there some configuration to say purge these off automatically?

Did you check CFGPFRCOL command? https://www.ibm.com/docs/en/i/7.4?topic=ssw_ibm_i_74/cl/cfgpfrcol.htm
Setting up *MGTCOL retention period (RETPERIOD) and Standard data retention (days) (STDDTARET) might help. Notice that data files cleaning is done on a member basis (one member per collection in each of the files), while collections cleaning is done on an object basis (one object per collection).

Right now I'm using DLTPFRCOL COLTYPE(*ALL) which stops and allows you to select.
Tried Knowledge Center. Nice flowing words but zero detail athttps://www.ibm.com/docs/en/i/7.4?topic=services-managing-collection-objects
Like, where do you even find this "Properties" page?

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