I am new to Unix and Solaris so please "humor" me.
I have a customer using solaris 2.6 running Veritas and on a weekly
basis the /tmp folder is getting full and therfore requiring the
system to be shutdown.
They use both Veritas for disk management and their netbackup
The last time the machine crashed I had a file with a size as
1390051328 and a name of croutULB0vVkpG.
My user didn't try "cat" or "more" of the file so I don't know what
was in it. Has anyone got any ideas.
This is a long shot.
Thanks in advance for your help