Syed
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Take the latest RHEL Troubleshooting Challenge and let us know if you were able to fix the problem

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200K Contest Question # 1: 

  1. Take the latest RHEL Troubleshooting Challenge and let us know if you were able to fix the problem - https://play.instruqt.com/rhel/invite/vj8hdenefrfu
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zeet
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ric
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"Red Hat Enterprise Linux Troubleshooting Challenge 4" => Done! This was a nice and instructive short challenge. A tip for those are saying (or seeing) that they have correctly deleted the file (and they did) but that the output of the "df" command is still showing 100% usage of the filesystem: I saw that as being part of the challenge (and I solved that as well). What are the cases where removing a file may not free the corresponding occupied space in the filesystem? What can you do to diagnose and solve those situations?

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mej
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As other commenters have suggested, this is a common yet easy task to run across and fix. I've set up cron jobs to remove routinely old log files and other such files.
Yet this was a good exercise to keep my skills sharp.

Scott
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So I've seen a few comments in the post-activity ratings that indicate people need to 'reboot' to fix the problem.  That's not how I would recommend 'fixing' it.  It also means you took an unscheduled downtime on your system that you could have resolved without rebooting.

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Chetan_Tiwary_
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@Houwang were you able to complete the troubleshooting challenge ?

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