dpns-rm - remove DPNS files or directories in the name server
dpns-rm [-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 calls dpns_rmdir.
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
path specifies the DPNS pathname. If path does not start with /, it
is prefixed by the content of the DPNS_HOME environment
The following options are supported:
-f Do not give an error message if the file/directory does not
-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
Castor_limits(4), dpns_rmdir(3), dpns_unlink(3)
LCG Grid Deployment Team