I use centOS5, but these files of /tmp is deleted automatically when time passes. What kind of structure will this kill him in? In addition, How to stop this?
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The best thing to do is ask yourself why you are storing long-lived files in /tmp in the first place. And then change the way you work so that it doesn't happen.
/tmp (tmp is short for temporary) is designed for short-lived (scratch) files which are created, used and deleted in a short period of time. It can also hold some sockets which are re-created every boot (X11 does this). I think most backup software will skip /tmp by default, too.
If you have an application that insists on keeping anything other than scratch files in /tmp, file a bug report.