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Distribution: Slackware, (Non-Linux: Solaris 7,8,9; OSX; BeOS)
It's not, exactly, crash data. It's what the kernel core dump would be if the kernel dumped core at any instant that you are looking at the file. Don't delete it, it doesn't use up any space (to prove it to yourself, do a "df /proc". This isn't a file system on your hard drive, it's a virtual representation of the kernel and its modules.