Jeff Fisher had the audacity to say:
> If the file is already open, there won't be a problem. If another process
> tries to open that same file, it won't be able to after /usr is mounted.
> A side effect is that the file will take up space on the root partition,
> but you won't be able to see it or remove the file, unless you unmount
> On the systems that I've set up, /tmp has always been a seperate
Yeah, same here.
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