How to get the maximum access path size value in a program?

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Hi Friends, My requirement is to get the Maximum access Path size value in the program, I have the value as 1TB and 4GB in 2 different PF in different machine by DSPFD command. But I could not get the details when I OUTFILE using DSPFD, Even I tried RTVOBJD, RTVMBRD, I could not find it or I may be wrong. I need to use the value in the CL Program,  Can anyone help on this? Thanks Dev

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As400 CLP

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  • CharlieBrowne
    Try DSPFD yourrfile TYPE(*MBRLIST) to an outfile
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  • TomLiotta
    But I could not get the details when I OUTFILE using DSPFD,...
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    Why not? It is included for TYPE(*ATR).
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    What OS version are you needing this for?
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  • as400dev
    Hi Tom/Charlie, I Tried the same as mentioned but the outfile field MBRCDC ( Record Capacity) is not giving the correct value. Can you tell me the OUTFILE field? Thanks, Dev
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  • AS1
    But I could not get the details when I OUTFILE using DSPFD,... . Why not? It is included for TYPE(*ATR). . What OS version are you needing this for? . hi.....am also try but did't work...
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  • TomLiotta
    ...the outfile field MBRCDC ( Record Capacity) is not giving the correct value.
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    The MBRCDC field is in the outfile when TYPE(*MBRLIST) is requested. You would need TYPE(*ATR) to get the access path size attribute. The PHAPSZ field will be in that outfile and will have '1' for a *MAX1TB access path and '0' for *MAX4GB.
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    The access path size can be pulled directly from the *FILE description without needing an outfile. If the OS version is known, it's a fairly small CL procedure.
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