"Thomas F. O'Connell" <tfo(at)sitening(dot)com> writes:
> But cleaning out /tmp seems to be a part of institutional practice on
I'm unconvinced of that. A quick test on Fedora Core 4 shows that
random files in /tmp survive reboot, and any moment of thought would
show why users would object to a blanket cleanout policy.
I do see this in a quick grep of Fedora RC files:
/etc/rc.sysinit:rm -f /tmp/.X*-lock /tmp/.lock.* /tmp/.gdm_socket /tmp/.s.PGSQL.*
but this happens well before any of the /etc/rc.d files get to run.
I think what you've got is a rogue, broken mountnfs.sh script. I don't
even see any such script in my installation ... what is its provenance?
regards, tom lane
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