Just upgraded the GUI to 4.2.3.8, the bug is now fixed, thanks!

Richard

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Hello Richard,

this is a known GUI bug that will be fixed in 4.2.3-8. Once this is available, 
just upgrade the GUI rpm.
The 4.2.3-8 PTF is not yet available, but it should be in next days.

This problem happens to all customers with more than 127 filesets, means you 
see a max inodes value for the first 127 filesets, but not for newer filesets.
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Hi all,

We have a fairly significant number of filesets for which the GUI reports 
nothing at all in the “Max Inodes” column. I’ve verified with mmlsfileset -I 
that the inode limit is set.

Has anyone seen this already and had a PMR for it?

SS 4.2.3-7.

Thanks
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