CentOS 7 tmp directories

Found out yesterday.... CentOS 7 uses private tmp (TEMPORARY) directories.
Good Luck....


https://kukunotes.wordpress.com/2014/11/09/centos-7-systemd-temp-files/


http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Features/ServicesPrivateTmp


“PrivateTmp” I wont argue if this is a good feature or not. And do not tell me i have to check change logs etc… basically i should be comfortable with a linux system whenever i use it either its 2000 or 2014.
One last tip files under /tmp/ will be removed if related service is stopped and/or restarted. So you can not store your log files under /tmp/ anymore.
Also during this time (5 days on centos 7) system crashed 1 time pretty interestingly but that story is for some other time

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