When you’re planning an application upgrade, create a file system for all the miscellaneous "junk" files that are only needed until the upgrade is complete, then remove the lot of them in one fell swoop.
When you do an upgrade of a database or application, there never seems to be enough free disk space for temporary files. You’ve got software to be copied onto the system, configuration files and directories to be backed up, and generally a whole lot of upgrade-related clutter. Often the files are put into a file system that happens to have a lot of free space . . . and then are left there forever. Well, here’s a hint to make the cleanup easier: Put all your temporary files into ...
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