Introducing a new top-level directory, /run

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    Introducing a new top-level directory, /run - Debian.org

    Was this included in Ubuntu 11.10?
    Is this a security enhancement?
     
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    After upgrade, are the old directories still there wasting space?
     
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    They are still there as links pointing to /run. Wasting space? With 4 Bytes each - well, not really ;)
     
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    I see, thanks.
     
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