I am running out of space and when I checked, I found that I have
# pwd /usr # ls -l .sujournal -r-------- 1 root wheel 33554432 Dec 31 1969 .sujournal
I wanted to ask should/can I remove it? Any implications of that?
As a general rule, if you see a system file and you don't know what it is, don't remove it. Even more generally, if an action requires root permissions and you don't know what it would mean, don't do it.
If you're really that concerned about a 32 meg journal file, what you can do is check to see what processes, if any, have open file handles on the file:
If there are any pids returned, then it's probably a good idea to not remove the file.
If you like, you can set up