Delete big directory issue

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Old 01-15-2014
Originally Posted by learnbash
how can i run below program in one line. I need to test that.
Neither this, nor any other program you can hack together, will delete any faster. The problem is in the filesystem itself.

There's no point continuing when you won't acknowledge the problem for what it is. Thread closed.
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