|Feb 26, 2013, 04:03 PM||#1|
Mysterious mach_kernel file
New mac user here. I noticed there was a file in my website FTP directory called "mach_kernel" but it doesn't make sense. Somehow the kernel system file got stuck in one of my backups. I have no way of telling if it was accidentally left there by the original developer or by myself.
Question 1) I checked and mach_kernel is a system file and unrelated to a website's directory. Can anyone verify?
Question 2) how can I verify my own mach_kernel is running okay? This might be a duplicate but I don't want to delete it yet. I have had no kernel panics, errors, or anything.
|Feb 26, 2013, 04:43 PM||#3|
It's hosted on GoDaddy. I checked and it's hosted on Linux. Would that have anything to do with it?
I am using a personal Mac by myself, but not hosting anything on my side.
|Feb 27, 2013, 08:46 PM||#8|
I'm with Go Daddy and came across your post.
The "mach_kernel" file would have come from your computer and is not part of the hosting account.
If you have any additional questions regarding your hosting I'm more than happy to assist. Please feel free to reply or to send me a private message.
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