I want to see the total size of a library. DSPLIBD does not provide this and
display library does not provide the total. Is there a command that provides
this info?

Also I am going to copy the library for backup purposes but I want to see if
there's enough disk space. What command will give me this information?

Thanks!

Alan

-----Original Message-----
From: James Lowary [mailto:Jllowary@hps.hubbell.com]
Sent: Wednesday, February 05, 2003 10:57 AM
To: markvilla@knology.net; midrange-nontech@midrange.com
Subject: Re: What is a User space?


Mark,

User Space is just a chunk of storage, mostly used in conjunction with
API's.  You might look for the System API Programming Manual
SC41-5800-00 in chapter 2 is a scetion on User Spaces.

Hope this helps.

-- Jim LowAry


>>> markvilla@knology.net 02/05/03 08:37AM >>>
I understand just about everything I would want to know about the AS/400
except a few things.
One of them is user spaces.

Can someone point me to the doc?

My questions are?

Why do I want one?
How do I know if I am using one?

What products use the technique, if it is optional?

Does it get backed up?
Is it like QTEMP?

Is it a programming thing, a queuing thing, or a system thing?

Thanks
Mark Villa in Charleston SC

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