'/' (root). I get huge spool files. There are 7,000 pages that are difficult to see. What else can I do to drill the problem?
You can run a query over this file and limit selection to large objects only.
SELECT QEZALCSIZE, QEZOBJNAM
WHERE QEZALCSIZE >= '8000000'
ORDER BY QEZALCSIZE DESC
This selects objects with allocated space larger that 8,000,000 bytes, sorted in descending order.
With this information you could then search the PRTDIRINF report to find the directory a large file is stored in.
Hope this helps you identify the big files in the IFS.
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