How to track members in a logical or physical file

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AS/400 backup
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Dear all, I have the question. Before the system was running full backup then Members name over 19,000. After the system was backup finish and Administrator's Application is missing control Members in PF/LF, so submit job (SBMJOB) many the jobs, such as everyone known, Maximum number of members in a physical or logical file 32 767. When the Object Members is locks, we are solve to remove a logical file member use command: RMVMFILE(library/logical file)MBR(member). Please help me, How to track members in a PF/LF? Thanks for all so much.
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Other than a source PF, what type of application would use a file with that many members? What is the RMVMFILE command do? It must be home grown sine the RMVM command exists already.

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  • pdraebel
    You can check all LF's built over a particular LIB/FILE(MBR) with DSPDBR. This command has an extra parameter to specify the Physical File Member. All Logicals referencing the PF Mbr must be first removed before the PF Mbr can be removed.
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  • ToddN2000
    To find all the members in a file you can use this command. You can get the create date and change date/time as well as number of records and storage size. DSPFD FILE(MYLIB/MYFILENAME) TYPE(*MBRLIST)
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  • ToddN2000
    Forgot you can also send the results to an output file by using the *OUTFILE option
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  • Hvphong0311
    Thanks for your kind words
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