On Tue, 16 May 2000, Sasi Peter wrote:
> On Tue, 16 May 2000, Stephen Frost wrote:
> > If you don't close that file? Sure. That does mean, however, that the
> > process has to stay around, when the process exits it's file descriptors are
> > closed (IIRC).` This is why I'm surprised the space didn't show up when you
> > dropped to single user. I suppose there may have been a zombied process or
> > something, I'm not exactly sure.
> If there were any zombied processes, they would have showed up in the
> process listing (ps axuw) wouldn't they?
Hmm, possibly. Could also be possible that these are files the kernel
has open if you're running like knfsd. I'm not exactly sure how that would play
in to this.
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