IFS commands

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IFS Commands
Hi can anybody give me the location of all the IFS related commands on as/400 plz. Thanks in advance...

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GO MENU(FILESYS)

FILESYS Integrated File System

Select one of the following:

1. Directory commands
2. Object commands
3. Security commands

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Command Description
ADDLNK Add Link.
ADDMFS Add Mounted File System.
CHGAUD Change Auditing Value.
CHGAUT Change Authority.
CHGCURDIR Change Current Directory.
CHGNFSEXP Change Network
CHGOWN Change Owner.
CHGPGP Change Primary Group.
CHKIN Check.
CHKOUT Check Out.
CPY Copy.
CPYFRMSTMF Copy from Stream File.
CPYTOSTMF Copy to Stream File.
CRTDIR Create Directory.
CRTUDFS Create UDFS.
CVTRPCSRC Convert RPC Source.
DLTUDFS Delete UDFS.
DSPAUT Display Authority.
DSPCURDIR Display Current Directory.
DSPLNK Display Object Links.
DSPF Display Stream File.
DSPMFSINF Display Mounted File System Information.
DSPUDFS Display UDFS.
EDTF Edit Stream File.
ENDNFSSVR End Network File System Server.
ENDRPCBIND End RPC Binder Daemon.
MOV Move Moves an object to a different directory
RLSIFSLCK Release Integrated File System Locks.
RMVDIR Remove Directory from the system
RMVLNK Remove Link Removes the link to an object
RMVMFS Remove Mounted File System. Removes exported,
RNM Rename an object in a directory
RPCBIND Start RPC Binder Daemon.
RST Restore Copies an object or group of objects from a backup device to the system
RTVCURDIR Retrieve Current Directory Retrieves the name of the current directory and puts it into a specified variable (used in CL programs)
SAV Save Copies an object or group of objects from the system to a backup device
STRNFSSVR Start Network File System Server. Starts one or all of the NFS daemons on the server and client.
WRKAUT Work with Authority Shows a list of users and their authorities and provides options for adding a user, changing a user authority, or removing a user
WRKLNK Work with Object Links Shows a list of objects in a directory and provides options for performing actions on the objects
WRKOBJOWN1 Work with Objects by Owner Shows a list of objects owned by a user profile and provides options for performing actions on the objects
WRKOBJPGP1 Work with Objects by Primary Group Shows a list of objects controlled by a primary group and provides options for performing actions on the objects

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  • TomLiotta
    Can you clarify what is meant by "location" as well as by "IFS related commands", please? Multiple answers are possible. The general answer might be "In library QSYS" because that's where IBM installs commands that are part of the operating system. But there are a couple thousand commands -- most of which aren't generally thought of as "IFS related commands". Also, areas such as Qshell have their own kind of 'commands' for IFS activity; and they're not exactly stored in the /QSYS.LIB file system. Can you clarify what you need to get done?
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  • Yorkshireman
    Hmmm All commands are in www.ibm.com - look around the manuals section for iSeries - some great reading in there
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  • pdraebel
    Actually you could say the IFS is not the Integrated File System but the i(Series) File System as even the "Native" QSYS file system is part of that.
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  • Mirmo
    Here is one of the command I included on my web term paper: Create Directory (CRTDIR) -- This command allows you to create directories inside any of the non-QSYS.LIB file systems in the IFS. CRTDIR syntax is simple in that you specify the IFS path name of the directory you wish to create. If you want to create a directory called '/S400' off the '/HOME' directory under the IFS root, you can specify an absolute path name by coding CRTDIR in the following way: In addition to creating the directory, there are other CRTDIR parameters that allow you to specify data and object authority for the new directory.
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