Thank you all,
(including Chris Phillips , Jochen Bern, Scott D. MacKay, Graham Leggett,
Daniel Polombo, Olivier Giraud,
Jay Morgan, Vince Merrell, Frank Sorenson, Sullivan, John , Casper Dik,
Brion Leary, Chad Price, Ross Parker,
Mark E Drummond)
/proc is to show memory and disk usage of the system. It is not real
physical space that it takes when doing "du " of /proc.
Thus, one must not touch anything inside this /proc dir.
Again, thanks you all.
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