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CompTIA Exam XK0-005 Topic 8 Question 25 Discussion

Actual exam question for CompTIA's XK0-005 exam
Question #: 25
Topic #: 8
[All XK0-005 Questions]

The journald entries have filled a Linux machine's /var volume. Which of the following is the best command for a systems administrator to use to free up the disk space occupied by these entries?

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systemctl stop systemd-journald systemctl start systemd-journald is the best approach among the given options. Stopping and starting the systemd-journald service can help in managing the disk space used by journal logs without manually deleting log files or using more aggressive cleanup methods. This method ensures that log management is handled gracefully by the system's own services.


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