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Jul
27
accepted Should I kill zombie process in my system?
Jul
27
revised Should I kill zombie process in my system?
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Jul
27
comment Should I kill zombie process in my system?
Yes, this make sense. I can kill parent process. Thank you for the info. I just wanted to know if they load or no system.
Jul
27
revised Should I kill zombie process in my system?
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Jul
27
comment Should I kill zombie process in my system?
So they doesn't load my system anymore. And they will remain like this untill i reboot system or i kill them, right ?
Jul
27
asked Should I kill zombie process in my system?
Jul
25
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jul
25
accepted constantly crash on video card
Jul
25
accepted RedHat lost space
Jul
25
comment RedHat lost space
@DanielAndersson Thank you. I will continue to check and if happen again will try to find if have some suspicious file or proccess.
Jul
25
comment RedHat lost space
I understand that some procces can remain open after deletion. That what i can't get is why yesterday was 72% Use, then 100% the and then again 72% Use. I see which files are open now and write in them. They are 7 files and space they take is ~100MB right now
Jul
25
comment RedHat lost space
@DanielAndersson i also thinked about some file which is open like u said but i deleted only old files and i don't think that the 3+ years files are still open. I really have big log files but they backup every 24 hours and start log in new files. And thats what i do yesterday is to delete old logs from system. Older than 3 years
Jul
25
comment RedHat lost space
@DanielAndersson i checked after deletion i got 12GB. Then i check today before 1 hour how is the space and was 100% full. And now is again 12GB but i didn't delete anything today.
Jul
25
revised RedHat lost space
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Jul
25
comment RedHat lost space
@DanielAndersson as i said i deleted 12GB yesterday. Then today the space was again full on 100%. After 1 hours(now) i get again this 12Gb from somewhere. I know that is filling again. I wondering where those 12GB goes and then back again. This is from now df -h.. before 1 hour /dev/smth was 100%
Jul
25
comment RedHat lost space
No, no.. I deleted old files from 2005-2010 year .. and only log files
Jul
25
asked RedHat lost space
Jul
16
comment constantly crash on video card
windows 7 ultimate
Jun
28
answered Browser that lets you turn off automatic image loading
Jun
28
comment Command to find files for specific time range
with -ctime i got the results