/tmp/*

Christophe Devine devine at iie.cnam.fr
Sat Oct 26 02:15:59 PDT 2002


In article <20021026023806.7549b6a5.spyro at f2s.com>, Ian Molton wrote:

> We really need to remove the contents of /tmp when we boot.

If you can lots of RAM, this can be done using a temporary filesystem

tmpfs       /tmp        tmpfs   defaults               0 0

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