QDLS size-we are trying to do CPYTOPCD of a file to an IFS folder

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we are trying to do CPYTOPCD of a file to an IFS folder (in our client system). The command fails when the file has more than 20 lakh records (around 235 MD). We want to find out if this is because of any size limit set on the IFS folder. Could you please let us know if it is possible to have a size constraint on IFS folder (both /QDLS and /QDLS/myfolder)?

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It is 235 MB file which we are trying.

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  • Gilly400
    Hi, I don't think that you can limit the size of folders in the IFS. However you can limit the size of objects by owner - maybe this is causing your job to fail? Do you get any messages in the joblog? Regards, Martin Gilbert.
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  • TomLiotta
    Without knowing what the message is, it's almost impossible to guess. Provide the message ID since message text can be supplied by a program. Any messages nearby in the joblog that seem connected would also be useful. Perhaps more important, /QDLS should not be in use at all. It is an old, almost obsolete file system, intended for compatibility with DOS. It has not been updated in recent years except to keep it working. Move out of /QDLS into a /root direrctory and replace CPYTOPCD with CPYTOSTMF or a different current command. Tom
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