pvfs2-remove-object man page
pvfs2-remove-object – remove internal object from OrangeFS volume
pvfs2-remove-object [-hv] [-f fs_id] [-o handle] [-p handle -d entry_name]
The pvfs2-remove-object removes an object from an OrangeFS volume by handle number. This would be used to repair a corrupt file system. Improper use of this utility could corrupt a file system.
The -p and -d options must be used together to remove a directory entry.
The options are as follows:
Print version number and exit.
Use fs_id as file system ID.
Remove the handle handle.
Specify the parent handle handle.
Specify the dirent name entry_name.
If set to the path of a local file, redirect debug output to it.
Set the OrangeFS debug mask. Possible masks are documented in pvfs2-set-debugmask(1).
If set, the full pathname for an alternate pvfs2tab file
Copy the file /etc/motd to /mnt/bar. If /mnt is an OrangeFS volume, this will copy the file into OrangeFS.
pvfs2-cp /etc/motd /mnt/bar
When dst_file is a directory the utility does not work. In this respect it is different than the cp(1) utility.
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