Delete Core file in root directory


 
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Delete Core file in root directory

HP UX 11i


Ok my server is about to run out of space, and i would like to know if there is something that i should be doing on a regular basis to maintain the machine like logs that i should clear or dmp file that i should delete...
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Here's something you could try to see what files in the "/" filesystem are large.

find / -xdev -type f -size +10000 -print

You can move the 10000 number up or down depending upon how big your filesystem is, etc.
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Thanks

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