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#1 Paul Taylor

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Posted 29 October 2018 - 01:29 PM

I am not to familiar with ischk, I have a bash program that is using it to show the # records in the file, is there a way for it to show % capacity used, also is there any information on the options I tried "man ischk"  must not be a Linux command.


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#2 Rob Donovan

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Posted 29 October 2018 - 01:54 PM



ischk -v is what you are looking for, I think.


I've not got P4 up at the moment, but I think it's the 'Load factor' thing to look for, but test just incase...



#3 Rob Fantini

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Posted 02 November 2018 - 09:17 PM

as usual the Rob is right.   -v shows load factor:

$ ischk 
ischk ------- PRO-IV (R) Verify internal structure of PRO-ISAM files
Copyright (C) 1999 PROIV Technology, Inc.
All rights reserved. Unauthorised use strictly prohibited.

PRO-ISAM  Version:  Date: Mar 17, 2000

usage: ischk {-s} {-nyv} filename(s)

 -s     Suppress the Copyright banner.
 -n     Automatically answer N(o) to 'Repair File'
 -y     Automatically answer Y(es) to 'Repair File'
 -v     Verbose mode. Report page allocation and load factor

 One or more PRO-ISAM files seperated by spaces.

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