Kprop Eating Disk Space?
epeisach at MIT.EDU
Tue Mar 11 15:22:41 EST 2003
I suspect that some process is keeping the old database open when you
replace it with the new one generated by kprop....
You did not indicate which version of kerberos you are using - so
we do not know what could be holding the database open. Does the
disk usage go down if you kill off the kdc? kadmind? Essentially - which
process is keeping the old database open - which when
killed - releases the old on disk copy and the O/S cleans it up...
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