Unlock a IFS file in use

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How does unlock a IFS file, because I can't save it with sav command


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os/400 version 7.1
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The .ifs file extension is used by a variety of software applications
for a number of file formats. Files with the .ifs file extension are
most commonly associated with OS/2 installable file systems.

The .ifs file extension is also used for Fractint files, IconForge
library files, YuvPak compressed image files, InfoSlips files and
Fractal Explorer files.

The fastest and easiest way to open your IFS file is to double-click
it. This allows the intelligence of Windows to decide the correct
software application to open your IFS file.

In the case that your IFS file doesn’t open, it is highly likely
that you do not have the correct software application installed on your
PC to view or edit IFS file extensions.

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  • Splat
    The documentation for RLSIFSLCK reads, in part:

    • Release all Network File System (NFS) byte-range locks held by a specified NFS client.
    • Release all byte-range locks (of any type) held on a specified object.
    • Release all byte-range locks and NFS version 4 state held by the NFS server on an entire file system.

    This does seem to presuppose you know the source of the lock.

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