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13.15 What to Do with a Full Bit Bucket :-)

[The techniques in this article should be performed carefully, and only by a fully qualified and inexperienced system administrator. -JP]

Q: Our Sun SPARCstation 1+ 4.1 OW2 started running very slowly. When I logged out, I got the message "/dev/null full: empty bit bucket."

A: The problem is that null is full. Your void space is no longer void; it's full up.

The top ways to empty an overflowing bit bucket:

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