I am using a ZFS system that has reached its disk quota. As a result, the
rm command no longer is available to me. However, I am able to copy
/dev/null to particular files to effectively remove them.
The issue is that the directory I am trying to clear out is roughly 40GB in size, and each file that has any girth is buried within 3 levels.
Is there a command line way to easily search and replace those files with
/dev/null? I could do it pretty easily in Python/Perl, however I want to try via the command line.