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Posted on 2002-04-17
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Hi ..

 i try to clean up my server..
 and not sure either i can remove it
 or not.

# cd usr
# find . -name core -print
./local/CenterLine/tqt/ams/bin/core

 # file core
  core:           ELF 32-bit MSB core file SPARC
                  Version   1, from 'diagram'      

  is it part of sun os system or just
  crash file.

  thanks for any help
   
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by:yuzh
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You can delete all the core files.

core is a program crash file.

It can be used for bebugging a program.
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by:ecw
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It's just a core file, delete it.
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The program that created the core file is called  "diagram". and is not part of Solaris as far as we can tell.

Delete it for now, but if you consitently get more of them you may consider collect one or two and get in touch with the software company or your development team to check if there is a problem.
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tq
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