This is a follow-up FYI for those following this discussion.

WRKLIBPDM LIB(name) will produce a browsable list of librarie(s). The *
wildcards is permitted in the library name. There are several convenient
options from this list (8 - description, among them). Worth checking out and
adding to your bag of tricks if you haven't used it.

My apologies for posting to the inappropriate discussion area. I think I am
signed up on MIDRANGE-L but will have to look up the sendto address.


-----Original Message-----
From: Martin Rowe []
Sent: Wednesday, February 12, 2003 4:39 PM
To: Non-Technical Discussion about the AS400 / iSeries
Subject: Re: Question

On Wednesday 12 February 2003 9:08 pm, Kincer, Alan wrote:
> 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?

Hi Alan

DSPLIB LIB(mylib) OUTPUT(*PRINT) and look at the bottom of the report. 
There's an API, QLIRLIBD, that provides the same info. This question 
would have been fine on Midrange-L, by the way.

Regards, Martin 
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