Mar 14, · Em Qua 14 Mar , aya-ueto-message-rar.com escreveu: > hi > my hard is full and when I try delete from it proc/kcore > I can't > [root MAIL ~]# rm -rf /proc/kcore > rm: cannot remove `/proc/kcore': Operation not permitted > BR This file, along with all others in /proc, are not saved in your disk. The /proc filesystem exists only in RAM. 2. I bought some RedHat books for Enterprise Linux 3 and maybe getting the certificates for RHCT and RHCE.. and whatever. I’ll see – studying time. 3. Try this on your system: ls -l /proc/kcore (aya-ueto-message-rar.com) submitted 4 years ago * by GrouchyMcSurly. -r 1 root root Aug 28 /proc/kcore. That's a TB file. Apparently, it's a representation of all the memory the kernel can allocate. Just thought it was interesting to see a 'file.
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