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RFRM(1) 						      General Commands Manual							   RFRM(1)

NAME
rfrm - remove remote files and directories SYNOPSIS
rfrm filename... rfrm [ -f ] [ -r ] directory... DESCRIPTION
rfrm provides an interface to the shift remote file I/O daemon (rfiod) for removing entries for one or more files from a directory. If filename is a symbolic link, the link will be removed, but the file or directory to which it refers will not be deleted. The filename or directory argument is either a remote path name of the form: hostname:path or a local path name (not containing the :/ character combination). OPTIONS
The following options apply to rfrm: -f Never prompts. -r Recursively remove directories and subdirectories in the argument list. The directory will be emptied of files and removed. SEE ALSO
rm(1), rfiod(l) NOTES
Although rfrm supports a list of file names or directories it does not support regular expressions (regexp(5)). For instance, rfrm host:/a/b/c* will not work. AUTHOR
LCG Grid Deployment Team $Date: 2006/01/27 10:07:32 $ RFRM(1)

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RFMKDIR(1)							Rfio User Commands							RFMKDIR(1)

NAME
rfmkdir - make remote directories SYNOPSIS
rfmkdir [ -m mode ] [ -p ] directory... DESCRIPTION
rfmkdir provides an interface to the shift remote file I/O daemon (rfiod) for creating remote directories in mode 777 (possibly altered by umask(1)). The directory argument is either a remote directory name of the form: hostname:path or a local directory name (not containing the :/ character combination). Creation of a directory requires write permission in the parent directory. OPTIONS
The following options apply to rfmkdir: -m mode This option allows users to specify the mode to be used for the new directories. Choices for modes can be found in chmod(1). -p With this option, rfmkdir creates dirname by creating all the non-existing parent directories first. SEE ALSO
mkdir(1), umask(1), mkdir(2), rfiod(1) AUTHOR
LCG Grid Deployment Team LCG
$Date: 2005/03/31 13:13:04 $ RFMKDIR(1)
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