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Can I remove /var/crash/hostname due to full /var ?

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Hi,

My /var file system is full. Can I remove the file /var/crash/hostname/vmcore.0 without getting any problem?
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Hello,

You can delete the file inside if you don't want analyze why the system panic

no probleme about that

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