Additionally, find <filename>can tell you if a symbolic link is broken:
% ln -s ./linksource ./linkdest
% file linkdest
linkdest: broken symbolic link to `./linksource'
(In this case "linksource simply doesn't exist...)
Uh-oh too much data - not processing-
Maybe if I explain what I was doing-
My /var is only 248 mb , /usr is 4 gigs
I wanted to have the /var/spool/exim/ subdirecotries (scan , input db,
msglog) run in the /usr slice (as it has ample space)
So I MOVED exim to /usr/var2 and ran
ln -s /var/spool/exim /usr/var2/exim
but I don't think that's right
as my var/spool/exim dorectory started filling up today
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