ALT Linux Bugzilla – #1699
stmpclean would choke on some common setups
Last modified: 2003-08-25 15:18:37
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stmpclean-0.1-alt2 would not handle at least two cases properly:
- /tmp being a symlink to /var/tmp (quite common situation);
- large (>2Gb) files (int32 is a bottleneck).
It is annoying :-)
* Wed Oct 30 2002 Dmitry V. Levin <<a href="mailto:email@example.com>" target="_new">firstname.lastname@example.org></a>; 0.1-alt3
- Rebuilt in new environment.
Hence the above should hold true too.
The /tmp-symlink problem made me switch from symlinking to another way of doing
the same configuration: mount the real location at /tmp/ with --bind. A line
like this in fstab does this:
/var/TMP /tmp auto auto,bind 0 0
Thanks, it\'s overall cleaner (but won\'t work on Linux 2.2 which is in wide
Probably worth adding if not to the email sent along with this
\"problem\" then to documentation?
edited on: 13-12 18:14
1. stmpclean won\'t follow symlinks, it\'s design feature.
If you replaced /tmp directory with symlink, you also have to edit /etc/cron.daily/stmpclean.
2. What\'s wrong with large files?
edited on: 15-12 00:33
1: ok (but then add the --bind recipe to doc?
OTOH: if /tmp itself is a symlink then either we\'ve got bigger problems or it\'s _normal_.
2: complains regarding \"inappropriate data type\" or smth along that, can\'t quote the message as it\'s (sleepily) deleted. The file in question was 7G sized but that should be *perfectly* ok.
edited on: 15-12 19:46
LFS support fixed in stmpclean-0.1-alt4.