This is the command dpns-rm that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
dpns-rm - remove DPNS files or directories in the name server
dpns-rm [-a] [-f] [-i] filename...
dpns-rm [-f] [-i] -r dirname...
dpns-rm removes DPNS files or directories in the name server. For directories either -r
or -R must be present. For regular files, it calls dpns_unlink while for directories, it
This requires write permission in the parent directory and the file itself. If write
permission on an entry is denied, the standard input is a terminal and the -f option is
not given, the prompt "override write protection" appears and if the response is not y,
the entry is not deleted. Entries directly under a protected directory are never deleted.
path specifies the DPNS pathname. If path does not start with /, it is prefixed by the
content of the DPNS_HOME environment variable.
The following options are supported:
-a Remove the metadata information about a file and the metadata information about the
replicas that it may have. Remember that this is a metadata-only operation, it
does not remove the replicas physically from the disk. Removing metadata entries
about replicas without removing the replicas from the disks leads to non-reachable
files on disk. Applies only to files, not directories.
-f Do not give an error message if the file/directory does not exist.
-i Request acknowledge before removing each individual entry.
-R Recursive mode (equivalent to -r).
-r Recursive mode.
This program returns 0 if the operation was successful or >0 if the operation failed.
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