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SubjectRe: Wrong file size, is it dangerous?
On Mon, 8 Mar 1999, Michael K Vance wrote:

> Ricardo Galli Granada wrote:
>
> > 1. Can I delete it safely? (I am scared to do it, I even trying to avoid a
> > reboot...)
>
> Most likely, you won't be able to. This sort of thing happened to me once, and
> I had to boot from a rescue disk and use debugfs to remove the files.
>

The attributes in the file show that it is normal. Not necessarily
okay, but a normal file with rw attributes. You should be able
to remove this file.


Cheers,
Dick Johnson
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