What do people think about doing this:
ln -s /tmp /var/tmp
to help prevent /var from filling up when someone vi's a huge file.
Alternatively, on a Linux box, what do people think about:
ln -s /var/tmp /tmp
where /var is a seperate partition. Any problem with /tmp not being available
immediately at boot? I suppose that if you boot to single user mode, the
first thing you have to do is either mount /var or create /var/tmp.