Re: Error files in /
On Thu, Oct 04, 2001 at 11:17:13PM +0800, Michael C. Alonzo wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 27, 2001 at 07:46:57PM -0500, Jeremy wrote:
> > I'm running into a strange occurance. I evidentally have something that is
> > creating error files in my / directory. They're usually named something
> > like "errs9vkVeD" or "errskFcjY", always beginning with "errs", ending in a
> > seeming random sequence of numbers, and they're all zero bytes. Has anyone
> > seen this before?
> I had the same problem about a month ago. what i did was to delete
> 2.2.19 and use 2.4.7 (only one kernel).
It looks like whenever I reboot 2.4 kernel with initrd, these files are
created anew. Messy but looks harmless. I erase them after reboot
manually everytime I reboot or keep it there.
Some kind of TEMPORARY FILE, IT SEEMS.
~\^o^/~~~ ~\^.^/~~~ ~\^*^/~~~ ~\^_^/~~~ ~\^+^/~~~ ~\^:^/~~~ ~\^v^/~~~
+ Osamu Aoki <firstname.lastname@example.org>, GnuPG-key: 1024D/D5DE453D +
+ My debian quick-reference, http://www.aokiconsulting.com/quick/ +