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Cleaning up the QSYS library

One Search400.com member writes, "How can I clean up the QSYS library? Currently my system's ASP is nearing its threshold value (75%) and upon checking, I found out that the QSYS library has consumed 50% of the storage used. How can I free it up? Before my system ASP was only running at an average of 40%." Systems management expert Rich Belles warnes against removing anything from the QSYS library.

How can I clean up the QSYS library? Currently my system's ASP is nearing its threshold value (75%) and upon checking, I found out that the QSYS library has consumed 50% of the storage used. How can I free it up? Before my system ASP was only running at an average of 40%.
Please, do not remove any objects from the QSYS library! It could have disastrous results. Rather, look for things such as old spool files, journal receivers, save files, etc. and remove them. This would be a much safer solution.

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