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Old 3rd May 2012
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Default preventing /tmp from getting cleaned on reboot

Hi Everyone !

I've dedicated 19g for /tmp which is a loss if I can't keep data (ie. iso images) there in.

Is there a way to change the system's boot behavior so that data in /tmp is not cleaned on reboot ?

Thank you :-)
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