Under /tmp/jlu_downloads, which is the default temporary directory for Java LiveUpdate (JLU), a large number of 10-digit UNIX-time directories remain undeleted. You need to know how to purge them.
There is no purging feature for JLU 3.5 or earlier. JLU 3.6 is now featured with the new parameter, cacheMode; by setting it to false, you can purge the downloads under /tmp/jlu_downloads.
Upgrade to Symantec Scan Engine 5.2.8 or greater, which is bundled with Java LiveUpdate 3.6.
Edit /etc/liveupdate.conf and add cacheMode=false. This is how liveupdate.conf looked: cacheMode=false hosts/0/url=http://liveupdate.symantecliveupdate.com:80 hosts/1/url=http://liveupdate.symantec.com:80 hosts/2/login:ENC=b3effdd10d982d2c7339c9604c67c34c hosts/2/mode=passive hosts/2/password:ENC=18d2e2d4c1445548f8a5ef124ed20bfd hosts/2/url=ftp://update.symantec.com/opt/content/onramp logfile=/opt/Symantec/LiveUpdate/liveupdt.log maxPackageContentSize=734003200 maxPackageSize=734003200 maxTriFileSize=10485760 maxZipFileSize=614400 serverlogging=true workdir=/tmp/jlu_downloads
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