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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by americastoner, Feb 16, 2005.

  1. americastoner

    americastoner Registered

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    hi,
    i have accidently run this command in root
    rm -f /*/*/*/*/* instead of */*/*/*/*.

    It ran for about 5 seconds before i stopped it. the server seems to work fine and i restarted it also and booted up fine. is it something i shoud worry about?
     
  2. americastoner

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    by the way everybody....this is why you should not use root for everything :eek:
     
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    that's a good one!!!! hehe

    you could try cp /dev/null to all your files!!! hehe

    seriously people this is a joke post!!! should put this in the jokes forum.
     
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    with only 3 posts under his belt I figured him for just another noob that fell for some crank command line he saw in a Make your New Webserver faster than anyone elses with only 2 accounts on it. LOL
     
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