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You can use lsof (install the rpm if you don't already have it on your system) to positively confirm which process is writing to that file. Example: Code: [hector@troy ~]$ ...
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- 02-13-2007 #11
[hector@troy ~]$ /usr/sbin/lsof /home/hector/dummy COMMAND PID USER FD TYPE DEVICE SIZE NODE NAME cat 3488 hector 1w REG 3,7 81145852 4538374 dummy
I don't know if you'll be able to delete that file without killing the process (and even if you can, the process might get confused and die anyway). Also, once you delete it, won't it just fill up again?
Seems like you might need to review the logging policies.
- 02-13-2007 #12
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- Feb 2007
Just thought I would close out this help topic as it all seems to be good now. That rrd tool had manage to chew up 15 gigs worth of space. System seems to be stable now and i'd just like to thank both Wizrd and anomie for the help.