|Greg Helledy on 5 Jul 2016 15:20:44 -0700|
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|[PLUG] Undeletable file, how to get rid of it?|
I tried this command: >ls | cat -v -e -t and got: >cifs4936$ but when I tried: >rm cifs4936$ I still got: >rm: cannot remove ‘cifs4936$’: No such file or directoryA co-worker (who is suspicious about linux, and is responsible for that NAS device) logged in via windows NET USE, and windows shows the file being deleted, but when you go up a directory and back in, the file has re-appeared. He suggested that the FTP software was re-writing the file. I proved that false by shutting down the server...the behavior didn't change.
What would you do at this point? This isn't so much a linux question anymore, I suppose, is it time for a call to WD?
-- Greg Helledy GRA, Incorporated P: +1 215-884-7500 F: +1 215-884-1385 www.gra.aero On 7/5/2016 4:01 PM, email@example.com wrote:
Undeletable file, how to get rid of it?
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