Size of Journal Recievers

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When I used the WRKJRNA command on a journal then press shift+F3 I see the total size of receivers. How can I access that value from a journal command? Management wants to see the total size of receivers in the journal. If I do DSPOBJD on the journal it will give me a size for the journal, but I don't know how the size of it is being displayed KB, MG. etc.

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  • TheRealRaven
    If I do DSPOBJD on the journal it will give me a size for the journal, but I don't know how the size of it is being displayed KB, MG. etc.

    The 'Help' text tells you what units the 'Size' value is given in; it's "bytes". The size of a journal is unrelated to the sizes of the receivers.
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  • GregManzo
    Assuming you have some kind of naming convention for your receivers (eg MYLIB/MYRCVnnnn), then you can do DSPOBJD OBJ(MYLIB/MYRCV*) OBJTYPE(*JRNRCV) OUTFILE(MYLIB/MYFILE) and just use SQL to sum the sizes.

    Then again, do you have the receivers in their own dedicated ASP? (if not, why not? How do you expect to recover if you lose ASP1?) So, you can use WRKDSKSTS and see what % full that ASP is, and multiply by the size of the pool.
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