SUMMARY: file system full

From: sunstaff AM (
Date: Sun Mar 12 2000 - 23:06:06 CST

In fact, the problem was resolved before
I received anyone reply. Anyway, many
thanks to those that replied to me and
the list is too long to name.
The solution is as follow:

mkdir /newmount_dir
cp -rp /oldmount_dir /newmount_dir
rm -rf /oldmount_dir
ln -s /newmount_dir /oldmount_dir


cd /file/system/full/directory
tar cvf /dev/rmt/0 .
rm -rf .
cd /
ln -s /newmount_dir /file/system/full/directory
cd /file/system/full/directory
tar xvf /dev/rmt/0

-------------Original Messages-------------
Dear Sun Managers,

I'm running Solaris 2.6. My root file system
is getting 100% full. I had performed some
housekeeping and no help. My question is how can
i move those files or link files to another file
system?? Would appreciate if steps is provided.

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