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Old 06-07-2011
deleting unwanted files solaris

Hi All,

I want to clean my Solaris Server ( Removing Unwanted files and folders in Server ) .Kindly any one tell me the steps in doing this activity,

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Old 06-07-2011
the rm command will remove the files. rmdir will remove directory's.

your real problem is which file to remove?

you can start by looking for old logs.
files in /tmp are often just rubbish.
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